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Cycle.js Fundamentals

Instructor

André Staltz
1h 32m closed-captioning
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Published 6 years ago
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Updated a year ago

Cycle.js is a framework where your app is described as a simple function taking an event stream as input and outputting an event stream.

Cycle.js builds on functional and reactive streams and is a JavaScript framework. What does that mean? In the course, André Staltz, the creator of Cycle.js, will explain it to us.

We'll start this course with an empty project and build out our own toy version of Cycle.js to understand exactly what's going on under the hood. When we have a solid base of how Cycle.js works we will move on to use the Cycle.js API and build an app using the Model-View-Intent pattern.

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    What did you like about this course?

    Very neat and clear to the point learning.

    prmondal
    3 years ago
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    What did you like about this course?

    I loved the approach of doing a "toy Cycle.js" then replace it progressively by the real Cycle.js. It gave a good intro to a framework !

    Thanks a lot!

    Xavier Haniquaut
    3 years ago
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    What would make this course a 7 for you?

    This is an excellent course. The only reason I did not give it a 7 is because I felt the course could have used more visual illustrations. Reactive programming is difficult to get used to, and is even tougher to understand just from looking at the code. I think a few high level architectural/design diagrams sprinkled here and there would have been the cherry on the top of an already excellent course.

    Tyler
    3 years ago
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    What did you like about this course?

    The parts where the teacher reproduces what the library does in plain JS are really nice as I never liked magic, not even in Disney movies. And the library looks awesome, really functional and purer than Snow White's heart.

    Guillermo
    3 years ago
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    What did you like about this course?

    CycleJS is mind blowing. Brings functional programming to the browser. Surprised it doesn't have more of a dev base. Perhaps time will tell.

    Taurus
    3 years ago
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    What did you like about this course?

    it just give me back the view of "keep thinks simple as possible" :)

    Thanks for your work

    Thomas
    4 years ago

Course Content

1h 32m • 21 lessons

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