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Rx.NET in Action by Tamir Dresher

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Chapter 5. Creating observables from .NET asynchronous types

This chapter covers

  • Understanding the importance of asynchronous code
  • Writing asynchronous code in C#
  • Bridging .NET asynchronous code to Rx
  • Creating observables of periodic behaviors

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