MongoDB

WebSocket on Spring MongoDB Reactive Programming

Introduction Here we will see an example on WebSocket on Spring MongoDB Reactive Programming. In past we have see few examples on WebSocket but this example will use Spring WebFlux, i.e., WebSocket on Spring Reactive API. WebFlux includes reactive WebSocket client and server support. Both client and server are supported on the Java WebSocket API […]

Spring MongoDB Functional Reactive Microservices Example

Introduction In this three pages post we will see how to create Spring MongoDB Functional Reactive Microservices Example. We are going to use here Spring 5’s Webflux API. We will also see here how to use Flux and Mono with ServerResponse, ServerRequest in Handler function. We will know how to use RequestPredicates in Router function […]

Spring Boot MongoDB Functional Reactive CRUD Example

Introduction We will see here Spring Boot MongoDB Functional Reactive CRUD Example. We have seen our previous example on Spring Boot Functional Reactive Programming but we did not use any persistent storage like MongoDB but here we are going to use MongoDB for performing CRUD operations. We are going to use Spring 5’s Webflux API […]

Spring Boot MongoDB CRUD Example

Introduction Here we will see a post on Spring Boot MongoDB CRUD example, where CRUD means Create, Read, Update, and Delete operations. For performing CRUD operations on MongoDB through Spring Boot framework, we need to add required dependency. We will use Spring REST controller to expose our MongoDB CRUD operations onto REST or RESTful API. […]

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