Grats guys! Keep em comming!
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Jul 02, 2012 at 6:25 AM
Also checkout my toolkit: https://www.nuget.org/packages/Krempel.WP7
It's not as big and as nice, but still very good
Jun 28, 2012 at 7:49 AM
@bdesmet: My world is a bit extreme, it's either 1 or 0
It still amazes me that a lot of people havent heard about Rx, I continue to teach the developers around me the phylosophy of Rx.
And it's so much more then a abstraction layer over events. You can project it to larger systems aswell. Like SharePoint for instance, all it does is pull, there is not much push going on.
Facebook is more push then pull, that's why I think they are so popular. You get pulled into the thing!
Jun 26, 2012 at 5:51 AM
@LeeCampbell: A W E S O M EI think there is still a cost of making all events (just a multicast delegate) into subjects (classes with state and behaviour).
I know it's impossible at v4.5 of the .Net framework, but one can still dream right?
And the subjects would be lazy instantiated, so if they are not used, they are not allocated.
Jun 22, 2012 at 9:11 AM
@bdesmet: awesome! Cant wait to get cracking!
Jun 22, 2012 at 6:59 AM
@felix9: It still boggles my brain on how complicated something as simple as reactive programming can get.
I have to think, code, rethink, code, rethink, code, test, rethink, code, just to get the simplest scenario's to work. I feel I'm missing something, some trick, some common approach, maybe some more XML comments on the Rx Extensions methods would be helpfull.
It feels like you have to know Rx inside out to just get started with it, to me that is shamefull because I believe it's one of the most important discoveries of our time (yes, I really really mean that).