Hands-On Reactive Programming with Python by Romain Picard

Hands-On Reactive Programming with Python by Romain Picard
Requirements: .PDF reader, 44,2 MB
Overview: Reactive programming is central to many concurrent systems, but it’s famous for its steep learning curve, which makes most developers feel like they’re hitting a wall. With this book, you will get to grips with reactive programming by steadily exploring various concepts. This hands-on guide gets you started with Reactive Programming (RP) in Python. You will learn abouta the principles and benefits of using RP, which can be leveraged to build powerful concurrent applications. As you progress through the chapters, you will be introduced to the paradigm of Functional and Reactive Programming (FaRP), observables and observers, and concurrency and parallelism. The book will then take you through the implementation of an audio transcoding server and introduce you to a library that helps in the writing of FaRP code. You will understand how to use third-party services and dynamically reconfigure an application. By the end of the book, you will also have learned how to deploy and scale your applications with Docker and Traefik and explore the significant potential behind the reactive streams concept, and you’ll have got to grips with a comprehensive set of best practices.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices

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RxSwift: Reactive Programming with Swift by Florent Pillet +

RxSwift: Reactive Programming with Swift, 3 edition by Florent Pillet, Junior Bontognali, Marin Todorov, Scott Gardner
Requirements: .PDF reader, 26.5 Mb
Overview: The popularity of reactive programming continues to grow on an ever-increasing number of platforms and languages. Rx lets developers easily and quickly build apps with code that can be understood by other Rx developers – even over different platforms.
Not only will you learn how to use the RxSwift port to create complex reactive applications on iOS, you’ll also see how to easily solve common application design issues by using RxSwift. Finally, you’ll discover how to exercise full control over the library and leverage the full power of reactive programming in your apps.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices

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JavaScript Reactive and Functional JavaScript

JavaScript Reactive and Functional JavaScript

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Reactive Design Patterns Video Edition

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Reactive. Resistance Band Training

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Reactive. Resistance Band Training

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Angular Reactive & Angular Testing

Length: 4h 45m | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44kHz, 2 Ch | 3.7 GB
Style: eLearning | Language: English
Study to make use of Angular with NgRx and RxJs to drastically simplify state administration and stream management whereas reducing down on code quantity. We’ll combine NgRx into our app and stroll by means of the way to work with shops, actions, reducers, selectors, dev instruments and introduce NgRx entity to simplify issues even additional.

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Scala Reactive Programming

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Hands-On Reactive Programming with Python [Video]-P2P

Reactive Programming makes things easier by adding a toolbox of operators to filter, create, transform, and unify any of those observable streams. In just a few lines of maintainable code, we can have web sockets that receive multiple requests and handle them on an asynchronous process that serves a filtered output.

This practical guide will take you steadily through an exploration of Reactive Programming. In this course, you will learn about Reactive Programming in Python using RxPY and simplify the way you write code and create robust enterprise applications. The course covers the major libraries on Python reactive extensions (RxPY) and explains in detail the role of asynchronous programming and event-based programming in building reactive extensions. You will look deep into its provided classes, methods, and operators, to help you to build a reactive application.

By the end of the course, you will be equipped to solve real-world problems and have a clear understanding of when and how you should use the different approaches demonstrated in RxPY.