Most C9ers will probably have watched a video or two of Erik and/or his team members talking about Rx. In these videos, we can see some great samples of how to use Rx. But how does Rx play out when used in a real world scenario?
In this video, Jeff talks to Samuel McAravey from
Wes Dyer, Erik Meijer and Jeffrey van Gogh explain a graphical method called "Marble Diagrams" that helps to reason about Rx API.
We use these "Marble Diagrams" to describe how the Rx Select and Where operators behave.
Build 1.0.2617.0 07/15/2010
Fixed GC issue with ThreadPool Timer. Made lock in CompositeDisposable smaller. Fixed deadlock in ForkJoin when using Immediate scheduler. Changed order of arguments for Generate* operators to match C# for pattern based on feedback from C#…
The Rx Team just released a new build of Rx, which contains the following changes:
Build 1.0.2441.0 04/14/2010
Added BufferWithTimeOrCount. Changed ForkJoin to take the last value from each source. Peformed FxCop naming cleanup work. Removed FutureDisposable in favor of…
Jafar explains how the Silverlight Toolkit uses Reactive Extensions. Jafar was one of the early adopters of Rx, in fact the Silverlight Toolkit was the first product
to redistribute Rx.
part 1, Jafar showed a sample of how his team uses Rx in the product code
In part 2, Jafar…