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Mastering Reactive Extensions with C# and .NET

Online Courses Udemy - Mastering Reactive Extensions with C# and .NET, A complete course on Rx.NET

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Description
This course covers Reactive Extensions, a technology for working with streams of data in a reactive fashion. With Reactive Extensions, you can ingest, filter analyze and re-broadcast data streams. You can also build your own components which generate reactive streams for others to produce.

Reactive Extensions started its life as a .NET technology, but has since been ported to every other language imaginable, including even JavaScript. This course shows how Rx can be used specifically with C# and .NET.

Topics Covered

The reactive paradigm and push collections
Key Rx operators
Rx's Subject classes that help working with observable sequences
Fundamental Stream Operators
Advanced Stream Operators, including operations on multiple streams
Pre-requisites

This is an intermediate-level course, designed for serious .NET programmers wishing to expand their arsenal of .NET related skills. To take the course, you will need the following:

Good knowledge of C# and .NET framework
Good understanding of .NET application development (esp. collections/data storage)
Good knowledge of LINQ
Cursory knowledge of TPL may be benefitial
Course Materials

100% hands-on, with live demonstrations of every topic covered
Presented in Visual Studio 2017 
Every lesson comes with a single-file demo 
End-of-section quizzes are available
Learning Outcomes

By the end of the course, students should:

Understand the use of reactive sequences
Appreciate key observable/observer .NET interfaces and how to use them
Efficiently use Subject classes for setting up simple scenarios
Apply single-stream operators, including operators involving time
Apply advanced operators, including multi-stream operators
Who this course is for:
Experienced .NET developers
Anyone interested in the Reactive paradigm

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