vertx-examples - Vert.x examples

  •        215

This repository contains a range of examples so you can get up and running easily with Vert.x. Start with the simplest Maven example to show you how setup a simple Vert.x project that uses Maven. You need to have Java 8 installed and set the JAVA_HOME environment variable to point to your Java 8 installation.

https://github.com/vert-x3/vertx-examples


Tags
Implementation
License
Platform

   




Related Projects

vertx-guide-for-java-devs - Vert.x guide for Java developers

  •    Java

This document has received contributions from Arnaud Esteve, Marc Paquette, Ashley Bye, Ger-Jan te Dorsthorst, Htet Aung Shine and others.

vert.x - Vert.x is a tool-kit for building reactive applications on the JVM

  •    Java

This is the repository for Vert.x core.Vert.x core contains fairly low-level functionality, including support for HTTP, TCP, file system access, and various other features. You can use this directly in your own applications, and it's used by many of the other components of Vert.x.

vertx-web - HTTP web applications for Vert.x

  •    Java

Vert.x-Web is a set of building blocks for building web applications with Vert.x. Think of it as a Swiss Army Knife for building modern, scalable, web apps. Template engine implementations are in the template engine sub-project.

kotlin-coroutines-retrofit - Kotlin Coroutines await() extension for Retrofit Call

  •    Kotlin

Based on kotlinx.coroutines implementation. NOTE: All examples in this README use runBlocking to build coroutine but it is only useful for testing or examples.


RxJava2-Android-Samples - RxJava 2 Android Examples - Migration From RxJava 1 to RxJava 2 - How to use RxJava 2 in Android

  •    Java

RxJava 2.0 has been completely rewritten from scratch on top of the Reactive-Streams specification. The specification itself has evolved out of RxJava 1.x and provides a common baseline for reactive systems and libraries. Because Reactive-Streams has a different architecture, it mandates changes to some well known RxJava types.

async-std - Async version of the Rust standard library

  •    Rust

This crate provides an async version of std. It provides all the interfaces you are used to, but in an async version and ready for Rust's async/await syntax. More examples, including networking and file access, can be found in our examples directory and in our documentation.

kotlin-coroutines-examples - Design documents and examples for coroutines in Kotlin

  •    

This repository contains examples for Kotlin Coroutines Design.

RestBed - Asynchronous RESTful functionality to C++11 applications

  •    C++

Restbed is a comprehensive and consistent programming model for building applications that require seamless and secure communication over HTTP, with the ability to model a range of business processes, designed to target mobile, tablet, desktop and embedded production environments. More in-depth examples can be found here.

async-sema - Semaphore using `async` and `await`

  •    TypeScript

This is a semaphore implementation for use with async and await. The implementation follows the traditional definition of a semaphore rather than the definition of an asynchronous semaphore seen in some js community examples. Where as the latter one generally allows every defined task to proceed immediately and synchronizes at the end, async-sema allows only a selected number of tasks to proceed at once while the rest will remain waiting. Async-sema manages the semaphore count as a list of tokens instead of a single variable containing the number of available resources. This enables an interesting application of managing the actual resources with the semaphore object itself. To make it practical the constructor for Sema includes an option for providing an init function for the semaphore tokens. Use of a custom token initializer is demonstrated in examples/pooling.js.

vertx-blueprint-microservice - Vert.x Blueprint Project - Micro-Shop microservice application

  •    Java

Vert.x blueprint application - A micro-shop microservice application developed with Vert.x. This repo is intended to be an illustration on how to design microservice architecture and develop microservice applications using Vert.x. This blueprint works with Vert.x 3.4.1.

coroutines-examples - Examples for coroutines design in Kotlin

  •    

This repository contains examples for Kotlin Coroutines Design.

kotlin-by-example - Kotlin By Example

  •    

This is sources of Kotlin Examples. Create markdown file in examples folder.

irc - the irc crate – usable, async IRC for Rust

  •    Rust

"the irc crate" is a thread-safe and async-friendly IRC client library written in Rust. It's compliant with RFC 2812, IRCv3.1, IRCv3.2, and includes some additional, common features from popular IRCds. You can find up-to-date, ready-to-use documentation online on docs.rs. To start using the irc crate with cargo, you can add irc = "0.13" to your dependencies in your Cargo.toml file. The high-level API can be found in irc::client::prelude. You'll find a number of examples to help you get started in examples/, throughout the documentation, and below.

RxJava-Android-Samples - Learning RxJava for Android by example

  •    Java

This is a repository with real-world useful examples of using RxJava with Android. It usually will be in a constant state of "Work in Progress" (WIP). I've also been giving talks about Learning Rx using many of the examples listed in this repo.

reactive-banana - Library for functional reactive programming in Haskell.

  •    Haskell

Reactive-banana is a library for Functional Reactive Programming (FRP), written in Haskell. See the project homepage for documentation, examples and so on.

kotlin-workshop - JetBrains Kotlin Workshop Material

  •    Kotlin

A Kotlin workshop intended to be taught in two days.Both the Instructor Project and the slides have Introduction and Advanced modules included. While the Introduction has a lot of pre-built examples, it also serves as a canvas to show more code while teaching. However, please make sure that if you're a contributing author to this project, that you do not check-in any ad-hoc code. It's also recommended to use Scratch files in IntelliJ IDEA for this purpose.

examples - Home for Elasticsearch examples available to everyone. It's a great way to get started.

  •    Javascript

This is a collection of examples to help you get familiar with the Elastic Stack and X-Pack. Each example folder includes a README with detailed instructions for getting up and running with the particular example. The following information pertains to the examples repo as a whole.If you want to try them all, you can download the entire repo . Or, if you are familiar with Git, you can clone the repo. Then, simply follow the instructions in the individual README of the examples you're interested in to get started.






We have large collection of open source products. Follow the tags from Tag Cloud >>


Open source products are scattered around the web. Please provide information about the open source projects you own / you use. Add Projects.