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Hello Rest Service - Tutorial showing how Knot.x can be used to transform a static website into a dynamic one. The tutorial uses the Google Books API to fetch data about books and Knot.x to inject it into an HTML template
The Adapt Service without Web API Tutorial is the next step on our path to learning Knot.x. In this tutorial we will deal with data that comes directly from a database (we will not use a Web API layer this time). With just one simple Service Adapter, we will fetch the data and let Knot.x inject it into an HTML template.
This tutorial explains basic concepts of Knot.x scalability and extendability.
There are two main concepts of integrating external services into your system: client-side and backend. Both approaches have strong sides which used in smart way will benefit your solution. However, they both have weak sides which might bring you many unwanted worries. Knot.x supports both approaches, bringing out their pros and limiting their cons. In this tutorial we will show you how to use Knot.x Gateway to create a consistent Web API for your client-side integration.
When Vert.x & RxJava meet - Knot.x: highly-efficient and scalable integration platform for modern websites
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