- Project Status
- How does it work?
- Running locally
Looking for maintainers!
Unfortunately, I don't have the time to maintain this project anymore. If you are interested to help, please reach out to me on Twitter @moroshko.
You can also:
- Control the speed of the animation by modifying the Time window input.
- Copy the resulting SVG to include in your next Rx presentation.
- Share the visualization with your friends.
Higher order Observable
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How does it work?
RxViz treats the evaluated Observable as a black box. We rely only on the fact that Observable emits values over time. RxViz doesn't rely on the internals of RxJS. This will allow us to visualize TC39 Observables in the future.
Technically, we subscribe to the given Observable, and, once a value is observed, we simply add it to the visualization. It's that simple!
How about higher order Observables?
No different. Since a higher order Observable is simply an Observable whose values are Observables themselves, we just repeat the process recursively.
When an Observable value is seen, we subscribe to it. At this point, we create a new "branch" in the visualization.
- Vedran Arnautović for designing rxviz.com
- Yuki Izumi for always being helpful with random technical questions
- zeit.co for outstanding developer experience with next.js and domains
- André Staltz for creating rxmarbles.com and awesome RxJS courses on egghead.io
- Canny for collecting your feedback
npm install npm run dev