BT

InfoQ Homepage Reactive Programming Content on InfoQ

  • Obscuring Complexity

    One of the most important things that software architects do is manage the complexity of their systems in order to mitigate release disruption while maintaining sufficient feature velocity. When we cannot reduce complexity, we try to hide or shift it. Software architects tend to manage that complexity with the time-honored strategies covered in this article.

  • Five Android and iOS UI Design Guidelines for React Native

    This article will explain why UI designers should follow platform specific guidelines while designing for multiple platforms. This can be quite a complex task, due to the variety of constraints and guidelines there are to consider. We propose five easy guidelines to design for multiple platforms focusing on React Native and without missing key usability concerns.

  • How We Reduced Our React App’s Load Time by 60%

    React handles UI updates efficiently but it does not magically make your web app faster. As our application grew in size, we started noticing some drawbacks of our setup. Although we knew how React worked and how Redux manages state, our application had bloated in size. We started seeing application crashes and jank. It was time to drive down the technical debt and make performance improvements!

  • Modeling Uncertainty with Reactive DDD

    Vaughn Vernon has written several books on DDD and reactive messaging patterns, and has found that the nature of distributed systems means you must deal with uncertainty. How to respond to a missing message, or a message that is received twice, should be a business decision, and therefore must be part of the domain model.

  • Affordable React Native Mobile App Development

    This article reviews the main benefits of developing a React Native mobile app and discusses a number of scenarios to make it more affordable, including local development, offshoring, and outsourcing.

  • Q&A with Paul Daniels and Luis Atencio on RxJS in Action

    RxJS In Action provides a solid introduction to RxJS and lays out what the future of reactive JavaScript programming looks like. In this Q&A session, authors Paul Daniels and Luis Atencio talk more about RxJS, where it fits into the JavaScript landscape and how it affects JavaScript developers.

  • Seven Operators to Get Started with RxJS

    If you're just getting started with Reactive JavaScript and RxJS, the list of available operators can be overwhelming. If you're just getting started, which ones do you actually need? In this article, Vinvent Tunru introduces seven operators along with examples that will help you get a feel for when each of these operators could come in handy.

  • Testing RxJava2

    You are ready to explore reactive opportunities in your code but you are wondering how to test out the reactive idiom in your codebase. In this article Java Champion Andres Almiray provides techniques and tools for testing RxJava2.

  • Refactoring to Reactive - Anatomy of a JDBC migration

    Reactive programming offers built-in solutions for some of the most difficult challenges in programming, including concurrency management and flow control. So you might ask - how do I get there; can I introduce it in phases? In this article we transform a legacy application to a reactive model using RxJava.

  • Data Science up and down the Ladder of Abstraction

    Although Clojure lacks the extensive toolbox and analytic community of the most popular data science languages, R and Python, it provides a powerful environment for developing statistical thinking and for practicing effective data science.

  • Testing RxJava

    You are ready to explore reactive opportunities in your code but you are wondering how to test out the reactive idiom in your codebase. In this article Java Champion Andres Almiray provides techniques and tools for testing RxJava.

  • RXJava by Example

    In the ongoing evolution of paradigms for simplifying concurrency under load, the most promising addition is reactive programming, a specification that provides tools for handling asynchronous streams of data and for managing flow-control, making it easier to reason about overall program design. In this article we overcome the learning curve with a gentle progression of examples.

BT

Is your profile up-to-date? Please take a moment to review and update.

Note: If updating/changing your email, a validation request will be sent

Company name:
Company role:
Company size:
Country/Zone:
State/Province/Region:
You will be sent an email to validate the new email address. This pop-up will close itself in a few moments.