This example demonstrates a Redis pub sub client, which relies on Jedis and is written in Groovy, receiving an update from Redis. 👍
Event Driven Programming is a programming paradigm that involves designing programs to respond to events rather than following a sequential execution path. This approach allows for more responsive and interactive programs, making it particularly useful in graphical user interfaces (GUIs) and networking applications. With event-driven programming, the program can react quickly to user input or other events without needing to wait for a sequential program flow to complete. Use this WordPress tag to explore articles, tutorials, and discussions related to event driven programming and its practical applications.
Learn about event-driven change notifications, a powerful non-standard functionality available in H2, PostgreSQL and Oracle relational databases.