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Introduction to the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript – Conditionals by podwysocki

After spending the past couple of posts talking about how we integrate and why, let’s get back to the basic operators of the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript . This time, we’ll cover conditional logic that we can do with RxJS (which also applies to...
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Introduction to the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript – MooTools Integration by podwysocki

In the previous post , I covered a bit about how we’ve integrated the Dojo Toolkit into the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript (RxJS) where we can leverage Dojo’s eventing and AJAX programming model. Following onto that post, I wanted to move onto a different...
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Introduction to the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript – Wrapping the Dojo API by podwysocki

Recently in some of the comments I’ve received (keep them coming BTW), I get questions about taking existing APIs and moving them towards using the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript (RxJS) . How can we get away from constant callback hell and move towards...
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Talking Reactive Extensions by podwysocki

There has been a lot of movement around the Reactive Extensions lately and I thought I’d round them up for you in an easy to find location. Between the new release and various interviews, there’s a bit to cover. New Release Last Friday there was a release...
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Introduction to the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript – The Final Countdown Timer by podwysocki

In the previous couple of posts, I’ve talked about asynchronous method chaining and creating custom schedulers so I can repeatedly hit a data source for its data, transform it and then display the results. Instead of just setting a custom interval between...
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Introduction to the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript – Custom Schedulers by podwysocki

In the previous post , I talked a little bit about asynchronous method chaining and extending jQuery in a fluent style to fetch tweets from Twitter and append them to a given element. This time I want to expand upon that post, instead of taking only one...
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Introduction to the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript – Async Method Chaining by podwysocki

Recently, there was a blog post by Dustin Diaz about method chaining over asynchronous operations . This topic, of course is near and dear to my heart as it strikes the exact chord of what the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript (RxJS) is trying to solve...
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Introduction to the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript – Refactoring a Game by podwysocki

We’ve covered a lot of ground so far in this series including a lot of the combinators as well as the integration into third party libraries. Most of these examples have been from a green field mindset where we have an idea and then walk through how you...
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Introduction to the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript – Going Parallel with ForkJoin by podwysocki

This past week there was a new release of the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript which includes many of the changes I’ve been talking about lately including the third-party library integration, aggregates and joins which I covered in the previous posts...
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[ANN] DC ALT.NET – 4/27/2010 – What has Mono done for the .NET developer lately? by podwysocki

As of late I haven’t posted the DC ALT.NET meetings here and instead have kept them to the Yahoo Groups mailing list . But this month’s topic is worth sharing in that we’re going to cover everything Mono related with a member of the Mono Team, Jackson...
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