In this chapter, you will learn about Spring’s support for messaging. Messaging is a very powerful technique for scaling applications. It allows work that would otherwise overwhelm a service to be queued up. It also encourages a decoupled architecture. A component , for example, might only consume messages with a single java.util.Map-based key-value pair. This loose contract makes it a viable hub of ...
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14. Spring Messaging
Marten Deinum1 , Daniel Rubio2 and Josh Long3
(1)Meppel, Drenthe, The Netherlands
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