Vertx loves jOOQ

I’ve recently published a library that connects two frameworks I used a lot in the past: Vertx and jOOQ. Vertx is a “reactive tool-kit for the JVM” that enables you to write non-blocking code and has some nice features built in, like webserver/socketserver-implementation, a message-bus that can run on one or more instances in one network and many more goodies you should check out. On the other hand, if you are coding in Java and you like SQL, there is no way around jOOQ. In my opinion, jOOQ’s two killerfeatures are the possibility to write typesafe SQL and the awesome code-generator that generates POJOs, DAOs and Table-implementations based on your database schema (schema first!). However jOOQ is using JDBC under the hood which blocks the calling thread until the database operation completes.

That is where my library hooks in: it provides a code-generator that adds non-blocking CRUD-methods to all generated DAOs and converter methods that allow you to convert from Vertx’ JsonObject into jOOQ’s POJOs and vice versa.

For code examples, please refer to the github-page.