RxJS, a better async

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Wednesday, October 25 2017
09:00 - 10:00
Room:
Forum 2+3

RxJS is the new better way to do async programming. It makes up for the short coming of Promises while introducing a very elegant functional approach. You are also able to mix and match different async concepts such events, ajax, callbacks and more. I will cover the Fundamentals of RxJS, what it consists of and how to think in RxJS.

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