RxJS provides an API for asynchronous programming, using entities called "observables" to store data of any type. View components or other objects can then subscribe to observables to react to changing data.
In our new Coffee Break Course, Reactive Programming With RxJS, Envato Tuts+ instructor Reggie Dawson will give you a first look at RxJS. He'll go through some simple examples to show you how the RxJS library works and how to manipulate data using it.
If you haven’t tried one of our Coffee Break Courses before, they’re ultra-short video courses designed to teach a skill or concept in a single sitting. This one is less than ten minutes long, and by the end of it you’ll have a solid understanding of how to use the RxJS library.
Watch the introduction below to find out more.
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