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Introduction to Reactive Programming with RxJS 5


André Staltz
50m closed-captioning
10 lessons
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Published 8 years ago
Updated 2 years ago

⚠️⚠️⚠️ This course uses an old version of RxJS and loads data using the jQuery library which is no longer fashionable. If you can look past that and understand that the principles André is demonstrating are timeless and useful, this course is a true gem. Otherwise, this is probably not for you! ⚠️⚠️⚠️


You've probably been hearing this word recently, and it's referring to the Reactive Programming paradigm. One of the biggest challenges people face when learning Reactive Programming is changing their way of thinking, and in this course, you are going to exercise your mind and learn to let go of that imperative and stateful mindset.

You will also learn how can practically apply these Reactive concepts using the RxJS library!

If you are brand new to reactive programming, the course Asynchronous Programming: The End of The Loop, will get you up to speed. 📚

Course Content

50m • 10 lessons

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