Today we released Reactive Extensions for .NET on
Rx is a .NET Library that allows programmers to write succinct declarative code to orchestrate and coordinate asynchronous and event-based programs based on familiar .NET idioms and patterns.
In this video, Wes Dyer goes through the…
In this episode, Jesse Liberty explains how Reactive Extensions work with Silverlight and Windows Phone. In order to simplify the code, Jesse suggests using Reactive Extensions whenever you are deep into using asynchronous programming. He covers exactly what Reactive Extensions are, why you'd want…
Bart De Smet is back and he's going to go deep into improvements made to Rx 2.0 RC (so, Rx 2.0 getting close to coming out of the oven!). As you'd expect, Bart and company have been very busy since Rx 2.0 Beta - lots of performance and reliability improvements and some heavy work in how Rx…
Reactive Extensions for .NET, Rx, is here!!!
Reactive Extensions team member and software developer Jeffrey Van Gogh shows us how to get started with Rx, how to install the bits, find the help documentation and add Rx into your visual studio project - all in 2 minutes!
You've already learned a great deal about Erik Meijer's latest programming creation, Rx, right here on Channel 9 (here
here, to be precise). Well, wouldn't it be great to get the two key minds behind Rx in one place with one whiteboard? Yes, of course it would! Enter…
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Abstract: Bart De Smet from the Reactive Extensions team joins Jerry Nixon for today’s episode as they discuss the importance of using Rx and LINQ in their Windows 8 apps. Tune in as they share some background info as well as best practices for .NET developers who want to streamline their code and…
Reactive Extensions for .NET (Rx) released this week during PDC09. Rx uses Parallel Extensions for .NET (Px) for all of it's concurrent and parallel
computing needs. How is it using Px, specifically? What's going on here and why? Stephen Toub, PM on the Px team, and Wes Dyer,…