Vert.x Shell provides an extensible command line for Vert.x, accessible via SSH, Telnet or a nice Web interface. Vert.x Shell comes out of the box with plenty of commands.
Vert.x Unit is a very elegant library to test asynchronous applications developed with vert.x. However because of this asynchronous aspect, reporting test failures is not natural for JUnit users.
The expectations of users for interactivity with web applications have changed over the past few years. Users during bidding in auction no longer want to press the refresh button.
I figured it would be a good idea to give you a couple of examples how teaming Vert.x and TypeScript helps you use ECMAScript 6 and 7 features on the JVM today.
Vert.x 3.1 has (re-)introduced the redeploy feature. This blog post explains how to use this feature in the Eclipse IDE. However, you can easily adapt the content to your IDE.
This blog post is part of the introduction to Vert.x series. We are now going to replace this JDBC client by the vertx-mongo-client, and thus connect to a Mongo database.