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Event Driven Programming in Java – Part 2

This extends the basic tutorial on event driven programming in Java. This tutorial covers JMX enabling the EventHub class vian MBeans and monitoring through JMX compliant tool like jconsole. Step 1: Define the interface with the methods that are intractable via the JMX compliant client like jconsole.

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Event Driven Programming in Java Example – Part 1

Event Driven Architecture aka EDA loosely couples event producers and event consumers. An event can be defined as “a change in state”. For example, when an event producer fires an event to notify all its registered listeners that either “securities” or “security prices” have been loaded, the listeners are notified…...

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