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).
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.