DevRadioNov 06, 2015 at 5:00PM0
Two days ago we released Reactive Extensions for .NET 3.5 SP1, Silverlight 3 and .NET 4 Beta 2. In this 3 part video, I'll go over the small differences in each of the three releases.
Two days ago I talked about Silverlight 3 in
yesterday I talked about .NET 4 Beta 2
Now that Reactive Extensions for .NET and silverlight have been
released, the Rx team thought it would be useful to have short videos about each API in Rx. This video kicks off the series with a brief intro on what our plan is.
Today, Microsoft Open Technologies announced the open sourcing of Reactive Extensions! In addition to the usual support for .NET and JS we're very pleased to announce the release of the C++ Rx library! Now, C/C++ developers get to experience the power of LINQ + Rx!! Rock and…
Reactive Extensions Team member Matthew Podwysocki (http://twitter.com/mattpodwysocki) has a discussion with Cortana Team member Bart de Smet and Netflix Front-End Team Lead Jafar Husain, to talk about practical uses of the Reactive Extensions. In this episode, Matthew talks with Jafar about the…
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.
Today's project comes to us from another Friend of the Gallery, Marcus Kohnert, who shows us how are can continue to take advantage of the Kinect.Reactive library in our Kinect for Windows v1 SDK applications. Other times we've highlighted Marcus; Kinect.ReactiveMix in a little Rx, JQuery, Azure,…