'How' and 'When' is reactive programming more efficient than the normal Blocking construct? [on hold]

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July 28, 2019, at 4:40 PM

Have been trying to research on this topic from quite sometime now, but not getting any simple explanation of :

  • In what scenarios is Reactive better thn the more conventional methods. Examples.
  • In what scenarios it is not much of value add or even worse.
  • Hear a lot of people saying it as better as compared to conventional blocking paradigm. What do we mean by better. Is it efficiency in terms of system resources (cpu/memory/etc) . Or is it just the code complexity aspect which becomes better ?

Simple explanations are most welcome.

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