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Rx TOC this is a TOC (table of content) which summaries my previous post about Rx. Rx - for beginners TOC Rx – Code cartoon Rx - Buffer Rx - Window Rx - Sample Rx - Exception Handling Rx - Aggregate vs. Scan Rx - DistinctUntilChanged Rx and Time related operators
Rx - DistinctUntilChanged this post will focus on the simple yet very useful DistinctUntilChanged operator. sometimes a datum stream may produce the same value for a while, you can see it in stock exchange stream the value of specific stock may be steady for a while. the observer can reduce its computation level by ignoring a repeatable value (sequential repeatable value, for none sequential you can use the Distinct operator). the DistinctUntilChanged is having the following overloads: Code Snippet...
Rx - Window continuing with the Rx series, this post will discuss the Window operator. in previous post I was discussing the Buffer operator which enable buffering of Rx datum stream into chunks. has good and useful as the Buffer operator is, it doesn't nail up every single scenario. let consider a scenario of tracing the highest and lower value within a time period . for example hourly tracking of a service monitoring which produce values every second. technically we can use the Buffer operator...
Rx - Buffer this post is on of a series of post about Rx (Reactive Extension). in this one I will discuss the Buffer operator. no doubt that one of the most useful Rx operator is the Buffer . the Buffer operator enable to reduce a throughput pressure and gain better utilization of our resources. let take a scenario of monitoring data stream and persist the datum into database (or send it through a network boundaries). assuming the datum rate is 1 per millisecond, databases does not typically design...