Chapter 1, What Does Being Reactive Mean?, explains the basics of reactive programming and how it compares with imperative programming, and also shows some example usage.
Chapter 2, Reacting for the First Time, covers the basics of event streams and operators using bacon.js.
Chapter 3, A World Full of Change - Reactive Extensions to the Rescue, in this chapter we explore the definitions and types of Observers and Observables.
Chapter 4, Transforming Data - Map, Filter, and Reduce, covers the most basic and important operators from functional reactive programming.
Chapter 5, The World Changes Too Fast - Operators to Deal with Backpressure, explains different techniques to mitigate the problem of receiving data faster ...