<@U0BDMQTHS> Indeed Spring WebFlux, the new Reacti...
# rx
@mikehearn Indeed Spring WebFlux, the new Reactive Web Framework we are about to release with Spring 5 supports SSE and WebSocket via Reactive APIs. It is built on top of Reactive Streams / Reactor but supports any kind of Reactive library. RxJava 2 support is provided out of the box. See https://github.com/bclozel/webflux-streaming-showcase/tree/kotlin for examples (annotation bases or functional, choose your flavor ^^)