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Iliyan Germanov

Future-proof Your Android Code, Part 2: Functional Reactive Programming in Action

By Iliyan Germanov
The functional reactive programming (FRP) paradigm is becoming increasingly mainstream. In this installment, we discuss FRP essentials like system design and libraries, and implement a sample application.
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Iliyan Germanov

Future-proof Your Android Code, Part 1: Functional and Reactive Programming Foundations

By Iliyan Germanov
This tutorial explores the mathematical concepts behind two key programming paradigms, functional programming and reactive programming, so you can build long-lasting Android architecture.
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Simon Boissonneault-Robert

Ngrx and Angular 2 Tutorial: Building a Reactive Application

By Simon Boissonneault-Robert
Building a reactive web application is a lot more about how you handle events and data flow in your applications than the tools you use to do so. However, Angular 2 with Ngrx seems to be the perfect combination for building reactive applications for many reasons. In this article, Toptal Freelance Software Engineer Simon Boissonneault-Robert walks you through a reactive web application tutorial using Angular and Ngrx and shows how these two technologies make it easy to do that.
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Christopher Arriola

How to Simplify Concurrency with Reactive Modelling on Android

By Christopher Arriola
Dealing with concurrency in Android through imperative-style programming can be quite the hassle. RxJava, a library for reactive and functional style programming, allows concurrency constructs to be modeled in a reactive way in Android's non-reactive world. In this article, Toptal Freelance Software Engineer Christopher Arriola shows us how RxJava can be incrementally introduced to existing Android projects and leveraged to simplify concurrency.
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Christopher Arriola

Meet RxJava: The Missing Reactive Programming Library for Android

By Christopher Arriola
Implementing applications that deal with complex concurrent behavior has always been a challenging aspect of programming. Various paradigms exist that promise a solution to this problem in different ways. RxJava is a Java library that enables Functional Reactive Programming in Android development. It raises the level of abstraction around threading in order to simplify the implementation of complex concurrent behavior. In this article, Toptal Freelance Software Engineer Christopher Arriola gives us a detailed walkthrough of RxJava and how it fits into the realm of Android development.
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