Java Code Examples for reactor.core.publisher.Flux#zipWith()

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Example 1
@Test
public void errorBreaksZip() throws Exception {
	//given
	final Flux<Integer> nums = Flux.just(1, 2, 3);
	final Flux<String> strs = Flux.concat(
			Flux.just("a", "b"),
			Flux.error(new RuntimeException("Opps"))
	);

	//when
	final Flux<Tuple2<Integer, String>> pairs = nums.zipWith(strs);

	//then
	pairs
			.as(StepVerifier::create)
			.expectNext(Tuples.of(1, "a"))
			.expectNext(Tuples.of(2, "b"))
			.verifyErrorMatches(e -> e.getMessage().equals("Opps"));
}
 
Example 2
@Test
public void zipTwoStreams() throws Exception {
	//given
	final Flux<Integer> nums = Flux.just(1, 2, 3);
	final Flux<String> strs = Flux.just("a", "b");

	//when
	final Flux<Tuple2<Integer, String>> pairs = nums.zipWith(strs);
	final Flux<Tuple2<Integer, String>> pairs2 = Flux.zip(nums, strs);  //same thing

	//then
	pairs.subscribe(p -> log.info("Pair: {}", p));
}
 
Example 3
Source Project: cyclops   File: FluxAdapter.java    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
@Override
public <T, R> AnyM<flux, R> ap(AnyM<flux,? extends Function<? super T,? extends R>> fn, AnyM<flux, T> apply) {
    Flux<T> f = stream(apply);
    Flux<? extends Function<? super T, ? extends R>> fnF = stream(fn);
    Flux<R> res = fnF.zipWith(f, (a, b) -> a.apply(b));
    return FluxAnyM.anyM(res);

}