Step-by-Step Async JavaScript with RxJS

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John Lindquist

John Lindquist is a co-founder of egghead.io

John has spent the majority of his career developing Rich Web Applications. Before starting egghead.io, John worked at JetBrains as a WebStorm evangelist, and before that he was a Technical Architect at Isobar leading large teams in building the latest and greatest in web apps for the Air Force, HBO, and Bloomberg.

RxJS is tremendously helpful in working with asynchronous code, but you’ve probably been stuck trying to use concepts you already know from Promises or Callbacks and applying them directly to RxJS. These lessons walk you through the step-by-step of building a simple game application with many asynchronous pieces. Each lesson focuses on a single operator or idea of how RxJS helps simplify your code as well as making you code flexible enough to easily add more asynchronous pieces as your codebase grows.

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Last review:

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