Harness the power of RxJS v5 to wrangle tough asynchronous problems using a functional observable stream approach. Let RxJS manage the state for you while you focus on the task at hand.
RxJS is popular in both the React and Angular communities for taming concurrency and dealing with events over time.
Starting in February 2017 to coincide with the recent v5 release, CodeWinds will be hosting some free webinars to help you learn about RxJS v5 and how to get the most out of it. Jeff will explain the power of RxJS and showcase just how to leverage it to clean up your code.
Each hour long webinar will tackle key aspects of getting started with RxJS and will walk you through some of its exciting features.
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Live intensive online workshops
Also in starting February 2017, CodeWinds will offer a full day online workshop / class going deeper into RxJS v5 and mastering its power. For professional developers who really want to understand and become confident in using RxJS, this is the course for you.
- Think like a reactive programmer - adjust your mindset to approach problems with a functional and reactive approach
- Learn how to create custom observables
- Learn how the various operators work and how to effectively apply them in your code for managing resources and cleaning up your control flow
- Understand how observables work and why they are the weapon of choice for taming asynchronous events
- Know how to handle errors properly and recover making your cod more resilient
- Comprehend the techniques used in debugging your RxJS code when things aren’t working properly
- Hands-on intensive workshop brings you quickly up to speed with first hand experience. Get all your questions answered quickly.
- Join the awesome community of reactive programmers
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Live private training
If you have a group or team that you would like to receive onsite private training, contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we can determine the best approach for your team.
I can customize my workshop to best meet the needs of your team. Spend more time in the areas that you want to focus on. Brainstorm and discuss how to use RxJS functionality in your projects.
RxJS v5 Resources
- RxJS v5 Home - homepage for RxJS v5
- Use RxJS with React - Michal Zalecki describes Observables and how to use RxJS with React
Learn RxJS - examples of common operators
Observable API doc page - a great quick resource to lookup an operator’s documentation
- RxJS Manual - Interactive operator chooser an interactive tool to guide you to the right observable (you might need to click on Choose an Operator to scroll down to the section if it doesn’t scroll automatically)
RxJS Manual - Categories of operators - nice categorization of operators which might help if you know kind of what you want to do
redux-logic - built with RxJS it simplifies the creation of business logic with Redux. You can use it with promites, async/await, or observables.
- redux-observable - use observables with redux
- RxJS for Angular 2 - Tutorial about using RxJS with Angular 2
- Stepping into the next level with RxJS in Angular 2 - Oren Farhi tutorial
- Building hacker news with Angular 2 cli, RxJS, and Webpack - tutorial
RxJS v5 Videos
- RxJS Evolved - Paul Taylor at Reactive 2015
- Thinking Reactively - Ben Lesh at AngularConnect
- RxJS 5 in-depth - Gerard Sans - Explore Observables API using RxJS koans and unit tests
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