The latest trend in programming these days is reactive. Developers and designers are now commonly hearing this word, when designing systems and apps. So, what is the significance of reactive? Since the integration of apps in our lives, these apps are now required to be responsive, scalable, resilient and even flexible. For this to happen in the old days, the apps or websites required extensive coding, and expensive architectures. However, in today’s day and age, this can be solved with a simple programming paradigm and an API.
Reactive Programming resolves around the process of data flow and how it manages and manipulates change. This form of programming paradigm makes your apps faster, flexible, more responsive and even scalable without having the need to constantly change it’s coding or creating numerous nested tables. In order to make it easy to integrate it within the current popular programming languages, they introduced ReactiveX or Reactive Extensions.
ReactiveX is a functional library for creating asynchronous and event-based programs by using observable sequences. It allows developers to turn arrays, events, object, etc. into an observable stream, which can then emit data, emit errors (if something goes wrong) or even emit the complete signal if the event completes.
Now that you know what ReactiveX is, let’s get on with learning it. There are very few resources online that cover this brilliant technology. A number of the present resources are vague, not detailed or even leaves out some parts. This is why we have designed the complete Reactive Programming and ReactiveX course for you!
With this course, you can learn what is Reactive programming, what the common programming paradigms, how can Reactive programming help you design responsive and flexible apps, even ReactiveX and also learn how to use the library with a hands-on example.
This tutorial has been designed keeping you in mind, so that you don’t have to search high and low for different courses, tutorials and how-tos to learn this technology. With this course, you will learn the basics and the advanced techniques of using ReactiveX to make your apps and websites more robust and responsive.
In this course, you will learn:
Creating observables from various different items including events and arrays.
How observables work, what are hot and cold observables and creating simple operators
How to use the transforming and filtering function such as map & pluck, buffers and DebounceTime & Distinct.
How to combine observables, use Merge & Concat, MergeMap, ConcatMap, SwitchMap, and even Zip, CombineLatest & WithLatestFrom.
How to design a complete WeatherFinder Project from scratch and incorporate all the things you’ve learned in this course.
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