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Thanks for bringing in this book. Table of contents looks good.
How WebFlux is different than Vert.x or similar other frameworks?
Your approach in this book is to make one giant end to end web application or teaching concepts in piecemall way?
 
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Spring WebFlux like Spring MVC is more of an abstraction over different implementations like Netty, Undertow and it allows to use Project Reactor or RxJava. So it provides a unified approach, where Vert.x has its own implementation of everything.
 
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