Package se.arkalix.util.concurrent

Kalix Concurrency

Kalix concurrency centers around two primary primitives futures and schedulers. Futures allow the results of asynchronous operations be awaited without blocking the current thread, while schedulers are what make the non-blocking property of futures possible. To make the use of scheduling as seamless as possible for users of the Kalix library, there are two default schedulers that are instantiated and used automatically by Kalix classes that rely on scheduling.
See Also:
Future, Scheduler, Schedulers