Reactive Programming with RxJS 5 (Pragmatic Bookshelf)
Monday, 19 March 2018

This book shows how to use RxJS 5 to write complex programs in a simple way, alongside use of the Observable: a powerful data type that substitutes callbacks and promises. Author Sergi Mansilla shows how to think about your programs as streams of data that change and adapt to produce what you want. He also shows how to integrate RxJS 5 with your existing projects and use it with the frameworks you already know. All the code in this new edition has been thoroughly revised and updated for RxJS 5, ES6, and Cycle.js Unified.

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Author: Sergi Mansilla
Publisher: Pragmatic Bookshelf
Date: Feb 2018
Pages: 146
ISBN: 978-1680502473
Print: 1680502476
Kindle: B07B84QFKC
Audience: JavaScript developers wanting to learn RxJS
Level: intermediate
Category: JavaScript

 

 

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