Learn how to use RxJS for reactive programming with observables and detect changes instantly—in real time—without unnecessary network calls.
- [Instructor] Welcome to Learning RxJS. In this course we'll cover what RxJS is and what it looks like. If you're writing modern web applications, you know how important it is to keep up with new technology. These days, everyone expects real time functionality across multiple devices, and RxJS is a great way to make that happen. Hi, my name is Bonnie Brennan. I'm the founder of the ngHouston Angular Meetup and I'm also an Angular architect, trainer and speaker. We'll kickoff this course with a brief overview of how older databases evolve into data streams and how that affects us as developers.
As you can see, there's quite a bit to explore, so let's get started.
- Creating observables with rx.observable.create
- Subjects, including behavior and replay subjects
- RxJS operators
- Creating an observable from a UI element