Hello, Coherence Community Edition, Part 2: Building the client

The second part of Aleks Seovic’s article in Java Magazine has now been published!

In part 2, Aleks walks through building React and JavaFX front ends to integrate with the REST API that was developed in part 1.

The React client uses REST and the JavaFX client uses our new gRPC based Java client and gRPC proxy server built upon Helidon’s gPRC Server. The new gRPC support provides a modern connection capability for Coherence clients. At the moment there is only a Java based gRPC client but there are plans to provide gRPC support for a number of languages. (watch this space!).

The article is available here – http://oracl.info/bCwz50BTVQs and is a great read!


The full example is available on GithHub – https://github.com/coherence-community/todo-list-example.

Enjoy

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