124. Dynamic Compilation

There is a sample app that uses the function compiler to create a function from a configuration property. The vanilla "function-sample" also has that feature. And there are some scripts that you can run to see the compilation happening at run time. To run these examples, change into the scripts directory:

cd scripts

Also, start a RabbitMQ server locally (e.g. execute rabbitmq-server).

Start the Function Registry Service:

./function-registry.sh

Register a Function:

./registerFunction.sh -n uppercase -f "f->f.map(s->s.toString().toUpperCase())"

Run a REST Microservice using that Function:

./web.sh -f uppercase -p 9000
curl -H "Content-Type: text/plain" -H "Accept: text/plain" localhost:9000/uppercase -d foo

Register a Supplier:

./registerSupplier.sh -n words -f "()->Flux.just(\"foo\",\"bar\")"

Run a REST Microservice using that Supplier:

./web.sh -s words -p 9001
curl -H "Accept: application/json" localhost:9001/words

Register a Consumer:

./registerConsumer.sh -n print -t String -f "System.out::println"

Run a REST Microservice using that Consumer:

./web.sh -c print -p 9002
curl -X POST -H "Content-Type: text/plain" -d foo localhost:9002/print

Run Stream Processing Microservices:

First register a streaming words supplier:

./registerSupplier.sh -n wordstream -f "()->Flux.interval(Duration.ofMillis(1000)).map(i->\"message-\"+i)"

Then start the source (supplier), processor (function), and sink (consumer) apps (in reverse order):

./stream.sh -p 9103 -i uppercaseWords -c print
./stream.sh -p 9102 -i words -f uppercase -o uppercaseWords
./stream.sh -p 9101 -s wordstream -o words

The output will appear in the console of the sink app (one message per second, converted to uppercase):

MESSAGE-0
MESSAGE-1
MESSAGE-2
MESSAGE-3
MESSAGE-4
MESSAGE-5
MESSAGE-6
MESSAGE-7
MESSAGE-8
MESSAGE-9
...