Workshop 4h | 
Angular Days 2022 Berlin
 | 19.10.2022

RxJS von Grund auf: Einführung in reaktives JavaScript

RxJS ist sehr mächtig. So mächtig, dass es Angular als zentrales Denk- und Programmiermodell für die interne Kommunikation unter Komponenten und Services auserkoren hat.
Sie fühlen sich noch nicht sicher genug, RxJS in vollem Umfang einzusetzen?
In dieser Session nehmen wir uns die Zeit jedes bewegliche Teil in RxJS genau anzusehen und zu verstehen.
Themen wie Subjects, Hot & Cold Observables und was Operatoren eigentlich sind werden hier ganz genau beleuchtet.

RxJS, einmal mit Allem bitte!

  • Warum Streams?
  • Asynchronität und das Observer Pattern
  • Arbeiten mit RxJS
  • Unsubscriben und Completen
  • Lernen, sich bei RxJS selbst zu helfen
  • Operatoren und Operatorenketten unter der Lupe
Yannick Baron is architecture consultant at Thinktecture and focuses on Angular and RxJS.


Angular Days 2022 Berlin
- 20.10.22 
@ Berlin


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