The eight chapters in this part of Rx.NET in Action cover the full capabilities of the Rx library and its application in your programs. You’ll start learning with the building blocks of Rx—the observable and the observer—how to create them, connect them, and control their relationship.
Then you’ll learn how to build sophisticated Rx pipelines that are composed using the powerful Rx operators. You’ll use operators that allow you to create queries on a single observable or a combination of multiple observables. You’ll see how to control and parameterize concurrency and time in your queries and how to handle faults and avoid known pitfalls as part of your design.