Reactive Programming with Kotlin, 2nd Ed (‎Razeware)
Wednesday, 08 September 2021

Subtitled "Learn RX with RxJava, RxKotlin and RxAndroid", this book is for Android developers who already feel comfortable with the Android SDK and Kotlin, and want to dive deep into development with RxJava, RxKotlin, and RxAndroid. The Raywenderlich Tutorial Team and Alex Sullivan cover how to use RxJava to create complex reactive applications on Android.

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The book also shows how to solve common application design issues by using RxJava, and how to exercise full control over the library and use the full power of reactive programming in your apps.

Author: The Raywenderlich Tutorial Team and Alex Sullivan
Publisher: ‎ Razeware
Date: September 2021
Pages: 492
ISBN: 978-1950325252
Print: 1950325253
Audience: Android developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Phone/mobile

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