Our RxJava training course will introduce you to the Reactive Extensions library for the JVM which makes it easy to compose asynchronous and event-based programs using observable sequences of data in Java applications. This course takes a detailed look at the RxJava API and explores various patterns and techniques to ensure you make the most of concurrency, parallelism, and data throttling.
Overview of Reactive Systems
Overview of RxJava
Going Further with RxJava Observables
Functional Programming in Java
Observable Data Sources
Defining a Custom Observer
Defining Custom Call-back Semantics
Hot and Cold Observables
Filtering and Fetching Items
A Closer Look at Schedulers
Types of Schedulers Available
Understanding the Problem
Using Buffers and Windows
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