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RxJS is known to have an incredibly steep learning curve. This course is designed to help Javascript programmers of any experience  level learn all the basics you needed to be effective with the RxJS library. This course is also framework agnostic, so you don’t have to know React, Vue, or Angular to follow along. I’ve intentionally created the course in vanilla Javascript as well, so you won’t need to know Typescript either.

Instructor Details

I grew up with a love for computers and technology. I got my first computer, a Tandy Color Computer 2 in the 3rd grade. I wrote a Black Jack program in Microsoft Basic and stored the program on a cassette drive. This was obviously back in the dark ages! My grandfather was my inspiration in many ways and he shared my love of technology. He created the first internet service provider for our region in 1995 and I had the opportunity to work for him through some of my high school years, building single web pages to gain customers. After graduating from East Carolina University with a degree in Communications, I continued my career in programming, focusing on JavaScript. I have been working with JavaScript since it s inception in 1995 and over the years I have worked for every size company, from start-up to enterprise level corporations. My current focuses are data visualization, D3, Angular, Node Js, and Full Stack JavaScript development and presently, I work as a Technical Lead on a web and mobile team.

Specification: RxJS 101

Duration

5.5 hours

Year

2019

Level

All

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

No

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  1. Tatsiana Masiukevich

    Great course, it contains not only general information with simple examples but also interesting projects, one of them includes working with real API from Google and Dark Sky. It is not advanced level, looking forward for your advanced course with Angular. Thanks!

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  2. Hrishikesh Samant

    This is an awesome course and worth every penny. Instructor is not only knowledgeable but he has a knack for teaching too.The course starts of gently and then guides the students through the world of reactive programming and the nuances like combining observables using things like switchmap merge and exhaustmap .After the introduction to the concepts there is a small project done to reinforce the real world nature of this course and this is what makes this course practical. one small nitpick though Wish the exhaustmap and switch map had one more example each which are related to http requests because that is what I can relate to better rather then the slightly esoteric example of visualizing an audio stream. In total this is the best course on Rxjs on Udemy Period in my opinion. The Author has promised one more course of Angular and Rxjs and i am eagerly looking forward how it turns up.

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  3. Erik S rensen

    Good, thorough and instructive cource.

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  4. Kerem zdemir

    I just watched the introduce parts! I don’t know what will I evaluate.

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  5. Andreas Mayer

    this is a really awesome course very well explained and fun to work through thanks, Andi

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  6. Baiju Achari

    The background music is annoying and distracting

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  7. Kevin H

    I started the operators section and it’s off to a bad start. You say you are going to discuss map() and filter() and yet you have take() featured prominently in the example without a thorough explanation of what take() does. I see there is a chapter on take() later on, but in order for learning to be successful the chapters have to introduce things incrementally so that one lesson builds on the previous lesson. This course could be better.

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  8. Kamaldeep Preet

    Absolutely fantastic…surprised why you are sharing this kind of quality content free of cost….Just awesome …..thank you so much

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  9. Thomas Achleitner

    Good explanations, clean language but it is not 100% clear what git repository to use for which lesson.

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  10. Avery

    The setup might be a bit confusing for those not familiar with GIT or NPM. There’s a lot of great information here though, and the instructor seems really cool.

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  11. Dario Piotrowicz

    I expected a bit more, but what I’ve got was fine and some I already used to improve my angular code, so overall I am glad to have purchased and followed the course. The project was nothing special and requires you to sign up for trial periods of some service, I was not a fan of that and did not bother following it (I think it would have been much more interesting to have had a project with zero dependencies which you can always come back to no matter what). The quality of the lessons was ok but sometimes lacking… the worst for example being lesson 44, Project Overview, the video is 5:36 minutes long, but it actually ends at 2:23, the rest of it is just a black screen with no sound (it’s not the end of the world of course but surely does feel very professional)

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  12. Ni Ngo

    Interested presentation agenda

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  13. Natalie Ge

    I am just in the beginning, but it feels like it’s going to be great. The tutor is very clear and well understood

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  14. Workset Ls

    Ottimo per chi vuole approcciarsi all’argomento senza esperienza pregressa

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  15. Fred Dukker

    Nice introduction course in rxjs. The author put really a lot of effort in the course to make the theorie interesting and come up with original examples. Also the last part with a real example was handy to see rxjs in practice. What I missed in the course were the marble diagrams and a way how to test the code for example with marble tests. I hope the author come up with a more advanced follow up course like rxjs with Angular, because one thing is for me sure. This author knows how to create a course.

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  16. Gerard Piek

    It is a good match. I have been using Redux observable for a while now, which employs RxJS a lot. Deeper understanding of RxJS is desired since RxJS, of course, can be used outside of Redux observable as well. What was missing at the start of the course is how to setup and start the editor and browser. But perhaps documentation for this is present and I just missed it somehow.

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  17. Carmen Owen

    This course needs to be updated. You cannot code along with the final project because one of the APIs (Dark Sky) no longer allows new sign ups. The other API (Google Maps) is not free. And by the time you realize that, you will have gone too far with the course for a refund. So don’t buy this unless it has been updated (writing this Dec. 31, 2020). In addition, there is not enough focus on really explaining concepts or applying them to real world situations. Building a clock and working with HTML canvas is neat and all, but often the setup is a distraction from learning RXJS instead of an asset. Constantly using intervals and timeouts is not a good demonstration of the problems this library can solve, either. I love that it is just JavaScript, not burdened with framework specific code, but that alone does not make this a worthy course.

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  18. Paulo Renato de Faria

    I like the course style, what I saw missing are the steps to run the examples from git. Section about Observables and Creators are really nice. Regarding operations, throttle and debounce could be better described.

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  19. Fabian Alvarado

    It seems good, let’s see how it goes from here

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