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.
In part 1, Jafar shows how the Rx Team's DragDrop example inspired him to use Rx to implement a real world…
In this episode of the Rx API in depth, Jeff talks about three very simular binary operators: Concat, Catch and OnErrorResumeNext
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In the previous episode this episode of the Rx API in depth, Jeff talked about the Zip operator in Rx.
In this episode, Jeff dives even deeper in the semantics of Zip, and shows what happens in OnCompleted, OnError and infinite stream cases.
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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!
Ever wonder how the Reactive Extensions get tested? Jeffrey Van Gogh gives
a glimpse at how they do it. The Rx developers have been using Pex and writing parameterized unit tests. In this video, we look at Enumerable.Zip and how we can use Pex
to help testing it.Jeffrey also explains how they…
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#…