NCDevCon 2017 Session-Reactive Programming with RxJS: A Beginner’s Perspective

Reactive Programming with RxJS: A Beginner’s Perspective

Why beginners should train yourself to do reactive programming in your first months of learning. As a beginner, you don’t have a set way of programming, and adopting a declarative functional style will help you prepare for the future of reactive programming. Learn the importance of RxJS, simple implementation, and how to think reactively. - Why reactive programming is the way of the future - What is in store with TC39 specs and reactive programming - How various frameworks like ember, angular, react, vue implement reactive programming - Simple implementation demonstrations of RxJS, a popular library for reactive programming - Use cases in large companies for reactive programming

About Tracy Lee

Tracy Lee

Tracy is a Google Developer Expert, JavaScript developer, and serial entrepreneur. After the acquisition of her last startup as CEO, she discovered code and spends her time exploring JS frameworks. Tracy is the creator of This.JavaScript, ng-cruise, Modern.Web podcast, RxWorkshop, and Contributor Days. She is also Co-Founder of This Dot Labs, a framework agnostic agency helping mentor teams build ambitious apps. You can find her at and on Twitter @ladyleet.

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