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Taming Asynchronous Programming with RxJS #60

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shakyShane opened this Issue Dec 11, 2015 · 3 comments

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shakyShane commented Dec 11, 2015

Asynchronous programs can be confusing, hard to follow, difficult to debug and, quite frankly, just down right annoying to write.

Mouse & touch events in the browser, XHR requests, node's various event emitters... - what if there was a way to model all of these eventual values in the exact same way? RxJS allows us to do exactly this with the Observable. Boasting a rich set of composable operators, you can begin to unravel your spaghetti code and author declarative transformation pipelines that are simply not possible otherwise.

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shakyShane commented Dec 11, 2015

An introduction to RxJS, this talk will first cover the high-level concepts of the Observable, followed by some practical examples showing the types of problem that can solved with this approach

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iancrowther commented Feb 24, 2016

what size t-shirt would you like?

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shakyShane commented Feb 24, 2016

Small please!
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what size t-shirt would you like?


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