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Reactive Extensions for .Net

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May 2013
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By putting IObservables and IObservers on an equal footing with IEnumerables and IEnumerators, Rx for .NET allows developers to use their existing knowledge of LINQ (Language Integrated Query) operators to query and compose asynchronous operations and event-based code using a common underlying abstraction of observable event streams. Microsoft has also released RxJS to bring the benefits of reactive programming to JavaScript. They open sourced the entire Rx framework, making it useful for Windows rich client applications and single-page JavaScript applications.