Sample reactive web application taken from the SpringOne Platform Keynote
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Simple Reactive weather app

Getting started

To use this app, you need to register an API Key on the OpenWeatherApp service.

You can create an application-secrets.properties in src/main/resources and add your API key there:

app.weather.api.key=<yourkey>
Tip
The application-secrets.properties file is referenced in the .gitignore of the project so you won’t commit it by mistake. The secrets profile is enabled by default via the spring.profiles.active in the main configuration.

If you don’t like specifying the key in the project directly, you can set an OS environment property instead, something like:

$ EXPORT APP_WEATHER_API_KEY=<yourkey>