What is the Reactor Pattern?

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The reactor pattern is just another name for an application that uses a event loop.

Many concurrent requests can be handled by the same thread (ie event loop), thus preventing storing contextual data locally in another thread (ie no Thread local in Java for instance)

Applications or framework that implements the reactor pattern are called reactive.


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