Getting Started with Reactive Extensions (part 1)

This is the forth and final post in the series about RX

  • part 1 – Intro
  • part 2 – Mouse Events
  • part 3 – Complex Collection Events
  • part 4 – Client Server Async
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    The following presentation is just a kick start overview (I did @ IL alt.net session), following right after with detailed code on my next post.

    What is RX

    In computing, reactive programming is a programming paradigm oriented around data flows and the propagation of change. (wikipedia)

    RX is…

    1. A set of types representing asynchronous data streams
    2. A set of operators to query asynchronous data streams
    3. A set of types to parameterize concurrency
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      RX = Observables + LINQ + Schedulers

      Supported Platforms

      • .Net 3.5 / 4 (WPF)
      • Silverlight 4 / 5
      • WP7
      • XNA (XBOX)
      • JavaScript (RxJs)
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        RX Installation

         

        Rx Design Guide Lines

        here (well composed PDF)

        Code right on

        next post

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