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For a long time, good folks like Matt Podwysocki have extolled the virtues of Reactive Extensions (aka Rx) to me. It piqued my interest enough for me to write a post about it, but that was the extent of it. It sounded interesting, but it didn’t have any relevance to any projects I had at the time. Fortunately, now that I work at GitHub I have the pleasure to work with an Rx Guru, Paul Betts, on a project that actively uses Rx. And man, is my mind blown
by Rx. Hits Me Like A Hurricane What really blew me away about Rx is how it allows you to handle complex async interactions declaratively. No need to chain callbacks together or worry about race conditions. With Rx, you can easily compose multiple async operations together. It’s powerful. The way I describe it to folks is to think of how the IEnumerable and IEnumerator are involved when iterating over an enumerable. Now take those and reverse the polarity. That’s Rx. But with Rx, the IObservable and IObserver interfaces are involved and rather than enumerate over existing sequences,...(Read whole news on source site)

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