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Our Reactive Extensions training course is expert-led and designed to guide you through how Reactive Extensions (Rx) for .NET provide a means of handling push sequences (as opposed the pull sequences of IEnumerable). Whilst standard events provide a means of responding to individual actions Rx provides a means of handling these as a sequence.
Reactive Programming raises the level of abstraction of your code so you can focus on the interdependence of events that define the business logic, rather than having to constantly fiddle with a large amount of implementation details. Code in RP will likely be more concise.
What are Reactive Extensions
Installing Reactive Extensions
Pull vs Push sequences
IObservable and IObserver
Errors and Completion
Subscribe and ‘unsubscribe’
Sequences and LINQ
Hot and Cold Sequences
Handing Tasks and Events
FromEvent and FromEventPattern
Tasks as Observable
SubscribeOn and ObserveOn
Choosing the Scheduler
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