Getting Started with Reactive Programming Using RxJS

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

My latest course is now available on Plurasight. From the description:

Reactive programming is more than an API. Reactive programming is a mindset. In this course,you'll see how to setup and install RxJS and work with your first Observable and Observer. You'll use RxJS to manage asynchronous data delivered from DOM events, network requests, and JavaScript promises. You'll learn how to handle errors and exceptions in asynchronous code, and learn about the RxJS operators you can use as composable building blocks in a data processing pipeline. By the end of the course, you'll have the fundamental knowledge you need to use RxJS in your own applications, and use other frameworks that rely on RxJS. 

Getting Started with Reactive Programming Using RxJS


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gravatar Douglas Hammon Wednesday, November 16, 2016
Hi Scott. In your opinion, how does RxJS compare to Aurelia? Which do you like better and what one would you use for your next project?
gravatar MrNobody Wednesday, November 16, 2016
@Scott Allen: Excellent as always! @Douglas Hammon: The same as the orange compares to a table. "RxJS or Reactive Extensions for JavaScript is a library for transforming, composing, and querying streams of data." "Aurelia is a JavaScript client framework for mobile, desktop and web leveraging simple conventions and empowering creativity"
gravatar Douglas Hammon Wednesday, November 16, 2016
@MrNobody Your right. My bad. I was thinking of React the Facebook library. Thanks.
gravatar Scott Allen Wednesday, November 16, 2016
That's right. RxJS is a library. Aurelia is a framework.
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