On-site: Advanced RxJS in Angular Course
Angular embraces RxJS and in this course, you will learn how to code reactive.You will learn about the do's and don'ts on reactive programming and how RxJS ticks.This training is a must-have for every developer that is using RxJS in Angular
Become a RxJS Jedi!
In this one-day training you will learn how to use observables and RxJS to create predictable reactive web applications. You will learn about error handling, multicasting, hot and cold observables and so much more... But most importantly, you will learn patterns like how to think reactive and reactive viewmodels.
The Async Programming Challenge
What problems do we face today and how can reactive programming help?
Functional Reactive Programming
How the concepts of functional and reactive programming can change our lives as developers.
Basic Operators, Observables and Subjects
We will learn the basics of operators and observables to get us started.
Hot vs Cold Observables
What is the difference between those 2 and how do they impact our applications?
Higher order Observables
Avoid nesting multiple subscribes through higher order observable operators.
The Giphy app
We will create the basics of a giphy application and start using some cool RxJS features.
We will learn a simple system to help us think reactive in complex situations. In this chapter we will learn how to use the sip principle.
We will learn how observables share their subscriptions and what operators we can use to manage them.
How will observables react to errors and how can we manage them?
Learn how to use RxJS like a pro in real applications
How to use reactive viewmodels to create clean templates and components
Fire all your questions at your Angular expert.
Do you want to host this training in your office?
We can give this training remote, but also in your office and bring back that one-on-one feeling between the trainer and attendees.
Doesn't hurt to reach out!
If you are interested in hosting this training in your office or remote... Just drop me a line and we can see what we can figure out.
What do you have to lose?