In this chapter, you learned the basics of functional reactive programming using the bacon.js library. We wanted to give you the taste of functional reactive programming and also get your hands dirty with a lot of different examples.
You learned about observables and the different types of observables that bacon.js has implemented. You also learned about some of the built-in methods that help you create observables in bacon.js and also how you can create your own observable using the fromBinder() method.
Apart from this, you also learned how to subscribe and unsubscribe from an observable, how to use operators to transform an observable, and the importance of reuse in this context.
In the next chapter, we will start using RxJS as ...