Join Jon Bott for an in-depth discussion in this video Observable types, part of RxSwift: Design Patterns for iOS Developers.
- [Instructor] Observable types are like onions,…they have layers.…There are three types of Observables to work with:…Variable, Subjects, and Observables.…Deep down inside, they're all really just a special case…of Observable and Variables are the easiest to work with,…Subjects are a little more difficult,…but an actual Observable is typically only used…in complex tasks, such as chaining dependent network calls…or something like that.…Again, Variables are the easiest piece to work with…and often are the best solution for 90% of your needs.…
They give us the ability to get…and set just like a regular variable in Swift,…and you can even think of them…as just a normal variable,…but one that you can subscribe to changes on it,…if you want.…These are also known as a type of Hot Observable,…which means events may have already happened…before you started subscribing.…You won't get any of those other events,…but you will get the last events value…or the default value when you first subscribe.…The last thing to know is,…
- RxSwift syntax
- Creating simple observables
- Architecting the model layer
- Using Core Data
- Grouping tasks
- Changing UI
- Threading in the model and UI
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