In this chapter, we learned how to build our own custom reactive object. We learned about
Tracker.Dependency.changed() and saw how reactive dependencies have their own computational objects, which can be used to stop its reactive behavior and prevent running at start.
To dig deeper, take a look at the documentation for the
Tracker package and see detailed property descriptions for the
Tracker.Computation object at the following resources:
You can find this chapter's code examples at https://www.packtpub.com/books/content/support/17713 or on GitHub ...