RxSwift Reactive Programming with Swift

RxSwift Reactive Programming with Swift
RxSwift Reactive Programming with Swift

RxSwift Reactive Programming with Swift Book Details

Title: RxSwift Reactive Programming with Swift
Author: By Junior Bontognali, Scott Gardner, Shai Mishali, Florent Pillet & Marin Todorov
Publisher: Ray Wenderlich
Language: English
Subject: Swift / Computers & Technology / Programming / Apple Programming
No. of pages: 472
Format: PDF, EPUB, Source code

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Introduction RxSwift Reactive Programming with Swift Book

There’s no denying it: Rx is one of the hottest topics in mobile app development these days!

If you visit international conferences, or even local meetups, it might feel like everyone is talking about observables, side effects, and (gulp) schedulers.

And no wonder — Rx is a multi-platform standard, so no matter if it’s a web development conference, local Android meetup, or a Swift workshop, you might end up joining a multi-platform discussion on Rx.

The RxSwift library (part of the larger family of Rx ports across platforms and languages) allows you to use your favorite Swift programming language in a completely new way. The somewhat difficult-to-handle asynchronous code in Swift becomes much easier and a lot saner to write with RxSwift.

To create responsive and robust applications, you have to handle a multitude of concurrent tasks like playing audio, handling user interface input, making networking calls, and more. Sometimes, passing data from one process to another or even just observing that tasks happen in the correct sequence one after another asynchronously might cause the developer a lot of trouble.

In this RxSwift Reactive Programming with Swift book, you’ll learn how RxSwift solves the issues related to asynchronous programming and master various reactive techniques, from observing simple data sequences, to combining and transforming asynchronous value streams, to designing the architecture and building production quality apps.

By the end of this book, you’ll have worked through the chapter content and you’ll have hands-on experience solving the challenges at the end of the chapters — and you’ll be well on your way to coming up with your own Rx patterns and solutions!

Who this RxSwift Reactive Programming with Swift book is for

This RxSwift Reactive Programming with Swift book is for iOS developers who already feel comfortable with iOS and Swift, and want to dive deep into development with RxSwift.

If you’re a complete beginner to iOS, we suggest you first read through the latest edition of the iOS Apprentice. That will give you a solid foundation of building iOS apps with Swift from the ground up but you might still need to learn more about intermediate level iOS development before you can work through all chapters in this RxSwift Reactive Programming with Swift book.

If you know the basics of iOS development but are new to Swift, we suggest you read through Swift Apprentice first, which goes through the features of Swift using playgrounds to teach the language.