Blog articles tagged 'rx'

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on 9/25/2013 6:01 PM
I have just published version 0.3.0 of stream_ext, my attempt to port the Rx APIs to Dart. In this version I have added a number of additional methods to the existing set of: average buffer com­bineLat­est concat delay max merge min repeat sample scan sta[...]
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on 9/18/2013 12:56 PM
Lately I’ve been making steady progress in porting over Rx APIs over to Dart with stream_ext, and with the release of version 0.2.0 a few more Rx methods have been added to the existing set of buffer, combineLatest, delay, max, merge, min, scan, sum, thro[...]
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on 9/8/2013 2:57 PM
Over the last week or so, I’ve been looking at and playing around with the Streams API in Dart, which has been (in part at least) based on the Rx API, and it’s easy to see the parallels between the two sets of APIs and you can find most of the core Rx API[...]
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on 6/1/2013 8:01 AM
What’s 100 meters high and weighs in at around 60,000 tons? No its not Godzilla, its Reactive extensions! Lately on one of my projects I have been doing a lot of stream manipulation, and although I solved the problem quite easily using F# async wo[...]
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on 3/14/2011 5:56 PM
For those of you who are familiar with Reactive Extensions you should know all about observables already, but did you know that there’s another kind of observable sequence – Rx.ConnectableObservable. The difference between the two types of observable sequ[...]
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on 3/12/2011 9:13 AM
I wrote previously about how you can set up multiple observable sequences and subscribe to them with multiple observers and create a many-to-many relationship between them. Whilst this is a very flexible model with a clear separation of responsibilities, [...]
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on 3/7/2011 4:11 PM
Matthew Podwysocki posted a couple of very good articles on RxJS on codebetter.com and amongst them was a simple demo to do a look up on wikipedia using their open API: Introduction to the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript – Wikipedia Lookup Unfortunatel[...]
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on 3/6/2011 8:17 AM
One of the great things about the Reactive Extensions for Javascript is that you can easily create a many-to-many relationship between observable sequences of values and observers who handles the arrival of new values. You should have a read of these coup[...]
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on 3/6/2011 4:20 AM
Been a while since I’ve been meaning to check out Reactive Extensions for Javascript, I have been using the .Net version for a while now and blogged about some of the cool things you can do with the .Net version. Although there are many sources where you [...]
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