In bacon.js, an observable doesn't emit any event unless someone is subscribed to listen to it. We can easily check this behavior using doAction(). This operator lets us run an arbitrary function every time an event is emitted from an observable.
If you create an observable from an array and add a doAction() operator to log your events then, without a subscription, it will print nothing to the console. So if you run the following code, you will see your program doesn't give you any output:
Bacon .fromArray([1,2,3]) .doAction((value)=> console.log('running doAction') );
As you can see in this code, we have no subscriber for the EventStream. This is why no event is emitted. However, if we add a subscriber ...