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Mastering Reactive JavaScript by Erich de Souza Oliveira

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The road so far

In previous chapters we learned a lot about functional reactive programming and how we can use it to improve the readability and maintainability of our code; we used two different libraries so:

  • bacon.js
  • RxJS

We started with bacon.js because it is simpler to learn and to start creating reactive codes, but after this introduction we explored RxJS as it implements other concepts that we can use to improve our applications.

These two libraries are not the only available libraries for functional reactive programming in JavaScript, but by understanding them, you can probably learn some of the others libraries available with ease.

Another advantage of RxJS over the other libraries for functional reactive programming in JavaScript ...

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