RNR 146: React Native Radio at RxJS Live

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In this episode of React Native Radio Charles Max Wood does interviews at RxJS Live. His first interview is with Ben Lesh, a core team member of RxJS. Ben has been working on RxJS for the last four years. In his talk, he shares the future of RxJs, the timeline for versions 7 and 8. With Charles, he discusses his work on RxJS and the adoption of RxJS.

Next, Charles interviews Sam Julien and Kim Maida. They gave a talk together covering the common problems developers have when learning RxJS. In the talk, they share tips for those learning RxJS. Charles wonders what inspired them to give this talk. Both share experiences where they encouraged someone to use RxJS but the learning curve was to steep. They discuss the future of RxJS adoptions and resources.

Finally, Charles interviews Kim alone about her second talk about RxJS and state management. She explains to Charles that many state management libraries are built on RxJS and that it is possible to roll out your own state management solution with RxJS. They discuss why there are so many different state management libraries. Kim shares advice for those looking to roll out their own solutions.

Panelists

  • Charles Max Wood

Guests

  • Ben Lesch
  • Sam Julien
  • Kim Maida

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FAQ

Where is RxJS adoption happening?

All over, the biggest ones being Angular, React and node-based tools.


What is one of the improvement being made to version 7 of RxJS?

TypeScript


What inspired the RxWat!? talk?

People were have a hard time learning RxJS.


What are the most common problems people encounter while learning RxJS?

Understanding what an observable is, the terminology, and they’re afraid of doing something wrong.


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