This lesson shows what can be learned next as a continuation of this course, and gives a recap on the core concepts: main for pure logic, drivers for side effects, run() to connect main and drivers, sources for read effects, sinks for write effects, and nesting Cycle.js apps to work as components.
Very nice course! I really liked the approach of building a toy version to illustrate how it actually works.
+1 for an 'advanced', real-life app course.
Excellent course. Thank you! +1 for the advanced course!
Great course! Advanced one would be great!
Thanks a lot! +1 for advanced cycle.js course
Excellent! Very well explained concepts. +1 for advanced cycle.js course
Good job! I loved it. Very well explained.
+1 for advanced course
Great course. +1 for the advanced one.
Loved the course very consise and clear, and Cycle.js is a great way to build apps would love to see more courses on Cycle.js. Some topics that interest me are testing and architecture
Awesome course, thank you! Would also love an advanced course.
Great Tutorial. I really like cyclejs and how it utilizes functional programming in most of its parts. I would be interested in a more advanced tutorial. Thank you, Andre!
Great course ! It's mindtwisting, but I definitely have to try on a real world case. An advanced course would be very welcome :)
Brilliant course. +1 for the advanced course!
Lovely! Please, more advanced courses.
+1 for the advanced course
Great course! +1 for advance cycle.js
Not yet convinced.