Yesterday I realised it’s been some time since I’ve started blogging. Actually, it’s been over 30 months! I’ve decided it’s a good opportunity to share some numbers and my thoughts on blogging in general. I hope fellow IT bloggers will find my story useful.
A new episode of Reactive Programming in Angular is out! We continue the topic of backpressure. This time you will learn how to batch notifications with
Version 5 of RxJS introduced the concept of lettable (also known as pipeable) operators. Version 6 went one step further and deprecated the old way of calling operators (method chaining).
After a long break, I’ve prepared a video for you! It’s a new episode of the Reactive Programming in Angular video course.
Recently I had a chance to talk about monads at the amazing WarsawJS Meetup. Below you can find a recording of the session.
Welcome to the second post in the series. In the first one, you had a chance to build your first monad in TypeScript. In this post, you’ll see how to take advantage of generators to make the monadic code more readable.
Today I’d like to share with you something that I’ve been working on for some time – the first three episodes of my new video course. The course is dedicated to functional-reactive programming in Angular.
In this short post, I would like to share some of the experiences I’ve had when creating an NPM Angular package using