Asynchronous, Reactive Programming for Scala and Scala.js.
Monix is a high-performance Scala / Scala.js library for composing asynchronous, event-based programs.
It started as a proper implementation of ReactiveX, with stronger functional programming influences and designed from the ground up for back-pressure and made to cleanly interact with Scala's standard library, compatible out-of-the-box with the Reactive Streams protocol. It then expanded to include abstractions for suspending side effects and for resource handling, being one of the parents and implementors of cats-effect.
A Typelevel project, Monix proudly exemplifies pure, typeful, functional programming in Scala, while making no compromise on performance.
- exposes the kick-ass
Coevaldata types, along with all the support they need
- modular, only use what you need
- designed for true asynchronicity, running on both the JVM and Scala.js
- really good test coverage, code quality and API documentation as a primary project policy
See monix-sample for a project exemplifying Monix used both on the server and on the client.
The packages are published on Maven Central.
- Current release:
- Stable release:
For the 3.x series (that works with Cats
1.x and Cats-Effect):
libraryDependencies += "io.monix" %% "monix" % "3.0.0-RC1"
For the 2.x series:
libraryDependencies += "io.monix" %% "monix" % "2.3.3"
Monix 3.x is modular by design, so you can pick and choose:
monix-executionexposes the low-level execution environment, or more precisely
CancelableFuture; depends on Cats 1.x and Cats-Effect
Coeval; depends on
Observablefor modeling reactive, push-based streams with back-pressure; depends on
Iterantstreams for purely functional pull based streaming; depends on
monix-evaland makes heavy use of Cats-Effect
monixprovides all of the above
The versioning scheme follows the
Semantic Versioning (semver) specification,
meaning that stable versions have the form
$majorversion updates make binary incompatible API changes
$minorversion updates adds functionality in a backwards-compatible manner, and
$patchversion updates makes backwards-compatible bug fixes
For development snapshots may be published to Sonatype at any time.
Development versions have the form:
$hash is the 7 character git hash prefix of the commit from
which the snapshot was published. Thus, "snapshots" can be used as
repeatable upstream dependencies if you're feeling courageous. NO
GUARANTEE is made for upgrades of development versions, use these at
your own risk.
The Monix project welcomes contributions from anybody wishing to participate. All code or documentation that is provided must be licensed with the same license that Monix is licensed with (Apache 2.0, see LICENSE.txt).
People are expected to follow the Typelevel Code of Conduct when discussing Monix on the Github page, Gitter channel, or other venues.
Feel free to open an issue if you notice a bug, have an idea for a feature, or have a question about the code. Pull requests are also gladly accepted. For more information, check out the contributor guide.
If you'd like to donate in order to help with ongoing maintenance:
All code in this repository is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0. See LICENCE.txt.
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