Vert.x Blueprint Tutorials

The Vert.x Blue­print project aims to pro­vide guide­lines to Vert.x users to im­ple­ment var­i­ous ap­pli­ca­tions such as message-​based ap­pli­ca­tions and mi­croser­vices. This post in­tro­duces the con­tent of each blue­prints.

This work has been done in the con­text of a Google Sum­mer of Code project .

Overview

The blue­print project con­tains three parts: Todo Back­end, Vert.x Kue and On­line Shop­ping Mi­croser­vice. Both runnable code and very de­tailed doc­u­ments and tu­to­ri­als (both in Eng­lish and Chi­nese) are pro­vided.

Vert.x Blueprint - Todo Backend

Repos­i­tory: sczyh30/vertx-​blueprint-todo-backend.

This blue­print is a todo-​backend im­ple­men­ta­tion using Vert.x and var­i­ous per­sis­tence (e.g. Redis or MySQL). It is in­tended to be an in­tro­duc­tion to basic Vert.x web REST­ful ser­vice de­vel­op­ment. From this blue­print, de­vel­op­ers learn:

  • What is Vert.x and its prin­ci­ples
  • What is and how to use Verticle
  • How to de­velop a REST API using Vert.x Web
  • How to make use of asyn­chro­nous de­vel­op­ment model
  • Future-​based asyn­chro­nous pat­terns
  • How to use per­sis­tence such as Redis and MySQL with the help of Vert.x async data

The tu­to­ri­als are:

Vert.x Blueprint - Vert.x Kue

Repos­i­tory: sczyh30/vertx-​blueprint-job-queue.

This blue­print is a pri­or­ity job queue de­vel­oped with Vert.x and backed by Redis. It’s a Vert.x im­ple­men­ta­tion ver­sion of Au­tomat­tic/kue that can be used in pro­duc­tion.

The list of fea­tures pro­vided by Vert.x Kue is avail­able here: Vert.x Kue Fea­tures.

This blue­print is in­tended to be an in­tro­duc­tion to message-​based ap­pli­ca­tion de­vel­op­ment using Vert.x. From this blue­print, de­vel­op­ers learn:

  • How to make use of Vert.x Event Bus (dis­trib­uted)
  • How to de­velop mes­sage based ap­pli­ca­tions with Vert.x
  • Event and mes­sage pat­terns with the event bus (Pub/sub, point to point)
  • How to de­sign clus­tered Vert.x ap­pli­ca­tions
  • How to de­sign and im­ple­ment a job queue
  • How to use Vert.x Ser­vice Proxy
  • More com­plex usage of Vert.x Redis

The tu­to­r­ial are:

Vert.x Blueprint - Online Shopping Microservice

Repos­i­tory: sczyh30/vertx-​blueprint-microservice.

This blue­print is a micro-​shop mi­croser­vice ap­pli­ca­tion de­vel­oped with Vert.x. It is in­tended to be an il­lus­tra­tion on how to de­velop mi­croser­vice ap­pli­ca­tions using Vert.x. From this blue­print, de­vel­op­ers learn:

  • Mi­croser­vice de­vel­op­ment with Vert.x
  • Asyn­chro­nous de­vel­op­ment model
  • Re­ac­tive pat­terns
  • Event sourc­ing pat­terns
  • Asyn­chro­nous RPC on the clus­tered event bus
  • Var­i­ous type of ser­vices (e.g. HTTP end­point, mes­sage source, event bus ser­vice)
  • Vert.x Ser­vice Dis­cov­ery
  • Vert.x Cir­cuit Breaker
  • Mi­croser­vice with poly­glot per­sis­tence
  • How to im­ple­ment an API Gate­way
  • Global au­then­ti­ca­tion (OAuth 2 + Key­cloak)

And many more things…

The tu­to­r­ial are:

Enjoy the code car­ni­val with Vert.x!

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