As promised, I’d like to declare the winner of the contest announced in the previous post.
My blog is partnering up with JS Poland conference again!
My previous post described how to create a very basic web application following the principles of functional programming. That’s fine, but I bet you’re not building basic apps. How to scale this approach? This (and the following) post will present some techniques you could use to solve common problems encountered when creating more complex applications.
Few weeks ago I had the great pleasure of speaking at Refresh Conference in Tallinn, Estonia. Below, you can find the recording from my talk.
I’m back from holiday and ready to publish the last episode of Reactive Programming in Angular video series!
I’ve just published the 7th episode of Reactive Programming in Angular course!
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).