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Local Proxy Gen to support returning Reakt invokeable promise #675

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RichardHightower opened this Issue Apr 19, 2016 · 6 comments

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RichardHightower commented Apr 19, 2016

Local Proxy Gen to support returning Reakt invokeable promise

        employeeService.lookupEmployee("123")
               .then((employee)-> {...}).catchError(...).invoke();

It should support reactor too.

        employeeService.lookupEmployee("123")
               .reactor(mgmt.reactor())
               .then((employee)-> {...}).catchError(...).invoke();

advantageous/reakt#17

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revelfire commented Apr 21, 2016

Not enough info here to fully grasp the "local proxy gen" aspect of the title.

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RichardHightower commented Apr 21, 2016

Then look at the code changes done in this PR.

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RichardHightower commented Apr 21, 2016

Where you really want to focus to understand this is to look at this test... https://github.com/advantageous/qbit/blob/master/qbit/core/src/test/java/io/advantageous/qbit/reakt/ReaktTest.java

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RichardHightower commented Apr 21, 2016

and by that test.. I really meant this one...

Where you really want to focus to understand this is to look at this test...

https://github.com/advantageous/qbit/blob/master/qbit/vertx/src/test/java/io/advantageous/qbit/vertx/ReaktInterfaceTest.java

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