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Author Archives: Matthew Podwysocki

A Gentle Reintroduction to the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript Part 1

In the previous post, I briefly covered that yes, the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript is alive, with two releases to show for it.  Before going into the depths of what’s in the box for V1 and V2, I want to … Continue reading 

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A Gentle Reintroduction to the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript

One of the things that I’ve been doing since I last blogged has been working on the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript (RxJS).  Since I last blogged, we have had two releases, a version 1.0.10621 SP1 which we released back in … Continue reading 

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The Reactive Extensions Extensions Now Live on MSDN Data Developer Center

As you may have noticed, the Reactive Extensions for .NET and JavaScript have a new home, moving from MSDN Dev Labs to the MSDN Data Developer Center.  The new home will provide you with not only how to get them, … Continue reading 

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Getting Started with Node.js on Windows

UPDATE: New packages and further items What a difference a year makes.  Last year at the first conference solely dedicated to JavaScript, JSConf 2009, there was a big focus on the uses of JavaScript on the client side.  This year, … Continue reading 

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Reactive Extensions for .NET – Event-based Async Operations

With the many posts that I’ve done on the Reactive Extensions for both JavaScript and .NET, I’ve covered a wide variety of the basics as well as some of the deeper stuff.  This time, I’d like to get back to … Continue reading 

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