Asynchronous streams and callbacks in Kotlin and Java

08 May, 2020
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Asynchronous streaming solutions, such as Rx or Reactor, rely on callbacks to perform flow control (or backpressure). Without flow control, systems could overflow and eventually crash. In this post we will look at the difference between flow control in synchronous applications and their asynchronous counterparts? [more…]

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