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Reactive Android Programming by Tadas Subonis

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Learning to Read Marble Diagrams

Congratulations on reaching the last chapter! This chapter will be about the documentation of ReactiveX family libraries. ReactiveX represents the core concepts and operations that are used in different programming languages.

In most cases, these ReactiveX operations are explained using marble diagrams, such as this one:

It will be especially important to understand how to read marble charts so that the developer can efficiently use and understand the documentation provided for RxJava and ReactiveX. There are many more operators that we didn't have a chance to cover here but can be very useful for developers, ...

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