Learn about RxJS 6 and Observables in-depth, and using RxJS to manage common and complex async scenarios within an application.
Thinking in functional reactive programming can be difficult, but we will give you some fundamentals to go about composing streams.
At the end of this course you'll have built an application that uses both HTTP and WebSockets to create a realtime streaming application.
What an observable is and how to create one
What is an operator? And you will create a custom operator
How to think "reactively", the fundamentals
How to use Rx to manage resources and application flow
How to debug your observable chains
How to use complex operators like catch and retry
How to integrate RxJS with frameworks such as React and Angular
How to ensure system stability
Join a growing community of reactive programming experts
Designed to teach participants reactive patterns, practice stream composition and think reactively with RxJS. This is a framework agnostic course.
This course is for anyone who wants to gain profound understanding of reactive patterns and apply these patterns to solving complex challenges.
Do you benefit from hands-on workshops where you can questions as you go? Come to the interactive workshop day in the Bay Area or join remotely. Need to learn on your own time? Choose the recorded version and access the video anytime for 14 days.
No better way to learn than from the guy who actually writes RxJS itself, plus Ben has a really cool way to teach you complex stuff in a down to earth way.
RxJS is a critical component of Angular 2, and a must learn for anyone who wants to use Angular 2. Ben Lesh is definitely the guy I'd choose to teach me.