18.02.2021 | 

Webinar: RxJS from the Ground Up: Introduction to Reactive JavaScript

RxJS is a very powerful tool and has been established in Angular as its central way of communication between components and services. If you are not entirely comfortable yet using RxJS in all of its glory, then this webinar is for you.

In his webinar on February 18th 2021, Yannick presented the basic concepts and ideas behind all of RxJS's moving parts to make sure you can wield this mighty tool more confidently.

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Yannick Baron ist Architekturberater bei Thinktecture mit einem Fokus auf Angular und RxJS.


Gøran Homberg

Gøran Homberg

Gøran Homberg ist Consultant bei Thinktecture und arbeitet mit unseren Kunden bzgl. deren Anforderungen, Projektansätzen und zugehörigem Projekt-Management.


  • Why streams?
  • Asynchronicity and the observer pattern
  • Working with RxJS
  • Unsubscribing and completion
  • Resources to help yourself

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