1. React
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  3. 2016
  4. Rx-Powered Functional Reactive Flux

Rx-Powered Functional Reactive Flux

Gil Mazuz at ReactNext 2016

Some state management libraries for ReactJS provide a taste of Functional Reactive Programming, but to really cash in on FRP you must fully embrace it. That's why at NSO we've developed a Functional Reactive Flux architecture by harnessing the power of RxJS - and we now have completely predictable state and UI. In this talk we will go over the merits of FRP and share our journey from idea to production.