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Introduction to the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript – Buffering

We’ve come a long way in the series on the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript.  After spending some time with Ruby and with extension points in other libraries, let’s step back to some of the basic operators again.  This time, let’s … Continue reading 

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Dojo Deferred and the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript

We’ve covered quite a bit in this series including how well the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript plays with other libraries and what integration points we have.  Our main thrust in providing this is that we don’t want to replace your … Continue reading 

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Introduction to the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript – Error Handling Part II

We’ve covered a bit recently with conditional and looping operators on the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript, but I want to step back just a minute and cover exception handling.  This post will cover how we can compensate for errors as … Continue reading 

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Introduction to the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript – Error Handling Part I

We’ve covered a bit recently with conditional and looping operators on the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript, but I want to step back just a minute and cover exception handling.  This post will cover how we can compensate for errors as … Continue reading 

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Reactive Extensions for JavaScript (and .NET) Hands on Labs Now Available

One of the biggest desires of the community around the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript (and .NET as well) has been a guide on how to get started (well that and complete documentation).  With that, the Reactive Extensions team and I … Continue reading 

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Introduction to the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript – Looping Operators

After spending the past couple of posts talking about how we integrate and why, let’s get back to the basic operators of the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript.  After covering the conditional operators of If and Case, let’s go deep into … Continue reading 

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Introduction to the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript – Conditionals

After spending the past couple of posts talking about how we integrate and why, let’s get back to the basic operators of the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript.  This time, we’ll cover conditional logic that we can do with RxJS (which … Continue reading 

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Introduction to the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript – MooTools Integration

In the previous post, I covered a bit about how we’ve integrated the Dojo Toolkit into the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript (RxJS) where we can leverage Dojo’s eventing and AJAX programming model.  Following onto that post, I wanted to move … Continue reading 

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Introduction to the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript – Wrapping the Dojo API

Recently in some of the comments I’ve received (keep them coming BTW), I get questions about taking existing APIs and moving them towards using the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript (RxJS).  How can we get away from constant callback hell and … Continue reading 

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Talking Reactive Extensions

There has been a lot of movement around the Reactive Extensions lately and I thought I’d round them up for you in an easy to find location.  Between the new release and various interviews, there’s a bit to cover. New … Continue reading 

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