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Pro Spring MVC and asynchronous commands

 
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Hi,

Long time I'm looking for a serious book covering this trio.

Do you cover the aspects of asynchronous commands and automatic page portion refresh in your book?

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The book has examples of different bits of a page being loaded by different reactive components. So, I think this covers what you are interested about.
 
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iuliana cosmina wrote:
The book has examples of different bits of a page being loaded by different reactive components. So, I think this covers what you are interested about.



Does the framework also make use of the HTML5 imbedded DB in the browser ?
For offline work ?

And if yes, does the book cover how to "resynchronize" the data when going online ?

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The book is focused on Spring reactive components, so the WebFlux framework. Since Spring is used for the background heavylifting, the reactive part of the book focuses more on the interaction between reactive microservices. The Web interface is mostly based on reactive Thymeleaf views  that can interract with reactive microservices, which seemed to support resyncronization.

HTML5 imbedded DB is not really a topic I considered, because of the focus being on Spring. But I will keep it in mind for the  next edition. Thank you!

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