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RxJS in Action by Paul P. Daniels and Luis Atencio

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Chapter 10. RxJS in the wild

This chapter covers

  • Integrating RxJS with other popular JavaScript libraries
  • Introducing React and Redux
  • Compartmentalizing UI components using React
  • Feed-forward state propagation using Redux
  • Rolling your own functional, asynchronous middleware using RxJS subjects
  • Building a banking application using only reactive frameworks

The moment is finally here to answer a question you may have asked yourself a few times along this journey: “I can use RxJS to solve all of my asynchronous programming needs, but how can I use it in the context of an entire application?” This is a valid question and one that you’ll answer by getting your hands dirty and seeing how RxJS plays out in the “Wild Wild Web.”

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