Reactive JavaScript Programming
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Reactive JavaScript Programming

Optimize your coding skills with Reactive JavaScript Programming
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Created by Packt Publishing
Last updated 5/2017
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  • 2.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • The power and ease of using Reactive programming
  • Thinking and modeling apps in the Reactive way.
  • Fully understand Rx js including its operators, subjects, and schedulers.
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Requirements
  • Some knowledge of ES6 is assumed as it is has been around for ~1.5 years now, but the course will initially guide through the ES6 syntax.
Description

This video is a combination of the following three aspects:

  • Introduction to Reactive Programming + Rx in Depth.
  • Need for going Reactive, Understanding Event Streams, Getting familiar with APIs, and Building a BMI Calculator App.
  • Introduce Rx concepts and similar APIs across many languages, Covering the necessary operators, Examples of Operators and Streams.
  • Building a stopwatch app
  • Building an Autocomplete search box with Rx.
  • Creating operators and performing various operations such as transform, filter, combine, and error handling.

About the Author

I Shriyans Bhatnagar use Rx.js on a daily basis in work, mostly combining it with React and redux. Being a full stack developer, I often find myself using Rx on Node too. Playing around with a few Reactive libraries—RxJs, most.js, and, bacon.js—and Reactive frameworks such as cycle.js, I absolutely love writing functional Reactive code. I am an avid fan of pure functional programming. I have played around with Haskell, elm, and erlang quite a lot and have some experience writing clojureScript. These days I really dig ReasonML (a new interface to OCaml by Facebook).
I started out as a backend engineer writing Ruby applications using rails, but I quickly moved on to using JavaScript for both the backend and frontend. My hobby projects vary from making Node-powered bots using Johnny-Five with the Arduino to machine-learning projects using Python libraries such as Scikit and Tensorflow. But, ultimately, I truly love building user interfaces and providing a good user experience.

Who is the target audience?
  • This course assumes viewers are at least slightly familiar with JS in browsers and in Node.
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Learn using a reactive programming library.

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Building a Reactive Application
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What Rx.js is and why to use another functional reactive programming library?

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Understand the basics of streams in Rx.js.

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Using Rx.js in day-to-day tasks.

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How to create observables in Rx.js?

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How to transform observables in Rx.js

Transform Operators
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How to filter observables in Rx.js?
Filter Operators
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How to use combine observables in Rx.js?

Combine Operators
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How to use error handling operators in Rx.js?
Error Handling Operators
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Count the number of multiple clicks the user performs.

Click Control App
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Understand how observables handle error and, also, how they complete.
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Making a general abstraction for creating observables.
Adding the Creation Operator
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Add different operators to our custom observable.
Adding Other Operators
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Master the Subject
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How to share the execution of an observable across many observers?
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How to get the last value from a shared observable.

Behavior Subject
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How to get all the values from a shared observable.

Replay Subject
03:27

How to get the last value from a shared observable after its completion.

Async Subject
03:15

Better APIs to use subjects.

Multicast
04:13

If a shared execution doesn’t compete, then it would leave to memory leaks.
Stopping a Shared Execution
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How to automatically subscribe and unsubscribe from shared observable.
Automate Subjects
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Understanding Schedulers
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Manage concurrency with schedulers.
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Understand the different types of schedulers.
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