Course Description

Understanding RxJS: Mastering Reactive Programming with RxJS RxJS is a powerful library for reactive programming in JavaScript. Reactive programming is a programming paradigm that focuses on asynchronous data streams and enables developers to write code that responds to changes in those streams. With RxJS, developers can easily create complex applications that react to user inputs, network events, and other external events in real-time. This course, "Understanding RxJS: Mastering Reactive Programming with RxJS," is designed for developers who want to learn how to use RxJS to build reactive applications. The course covers everything from the basics of reactive programming to advanced topics like hot and cold observables, operators, and error handling. The course begins by introducing the concept of reactive programming and explaining how RxJS fits into this paradigm. You'll learn about observables, the building blocks of reactive programming, and how to create and subscribe to them. You'll also learn about subjects, which are similar to observables but can emit values to multiple subscribers. Next, the course covers operators, which are functions that transform, filter, or combine observables. You'll learn about the most commonly used operators in RxJS and how to chain them together to create powerful data pipelines. You'll also learn about multicasting, which allows you to share the same observable stream among multiple subscribers. The course then moves on to more advanced topics, such as hot and cold observables. You'll learn about the differences between these two types of observables and how to use them effectively. You'll also learn about error handling, which is a critical aspect of building robust reactive applications. Throughout the course, you'll work on hands-on exercises and projects that will give you practical experience using RxJS. By the end of the course, you'll have a solid understanding of reactive programming and be able to build reactive applications using RxJS. You'll also be well-prepared to dive deeper into RxJS and explore more advanced topics on your own. Author: Academind