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RxJS in Action by Paul P. Daniels and Luis Atencio

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Chapter 5. Applied reactive streams

This chapter covers

  • Handling multiple observable sequences with one subscription
  • Learning to make observable streams conformant
  • Flattening nested observables structures
  • Merging a collection of observables into a single output
  • Preserving sequence order with concatenation
  • Implementing real-world problems: search box, live stock ticker, and drag and drop

In the previous chapter, we firmly rooted the notion that an observable is a sequence of events over time. You can think about it as the orchestrator or channel through which events are pushed and transformed. So far, we’ve discussed how to process observable sequences in isolation for the most part, and you learned how you could apply familiar operators ...

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