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Getting Started with Reactive Programming with Kotlin: RxJava Flowable/Observable| packtpub.com

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This video tutorial has been taken from Getting Started with Reactive Programming with Kotlin. You can learn more and buy the full video course here [🤍 Find us on Facebook 🤍 Follow us on Twitter - 🤍

RxJava - Observable, Flowable. Полный обзор. Часть 1. [RU, Android] / Мобильный разработчик

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RxJava - Flowable y Reduce

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En este videotutorial os mostramos la diferencia entre Flowable y Observable. Ademas o mostramos como se puede utilizar el operador Reduce con RxJava. Cualquier duda o comentarios, por favor, hacerlos en los comentarios del video. +Info: Twitter: 🤍

Android Rxjava ( Flowable and BackupPressure ) Third Session

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Rxjava Android session working with Flowable and cold and Hot observable need how to manage with Flowable and where we use backuppressure ..🤍 .. Thanks

0167 RX Java Flowable

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LiveData Reactive Streams and Flowables (MVVM, Retrofit, and RxJava)

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In this video I show you how to convert an RxJava Flowable object to LiveData. By converting a Flowable object to LiveData you can easily integrate the use of RxJava into the Model View View-Model (MVVM) architecture. ➤ Watch the dagger course free: ↻ 🤍 ➤ Code for this video: ↻ 🤍

Learning RxJava 3 – Second Edition | 8. Flowable and Backpressure

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Learning RxJava 3 – Second Edition is available from: Packt.com: 🤍 Amazon: 🤍 This is the “Code in Action” video for chapter 8 of Learning RxJava 3 – Second Edition by Nick Samoylov and Thomas Nield, published by Packt. It includes the following topics: 0:13 Understanding backpressure 1:14 Understanding Flowable and Subscriber 2:35 Creating Flowable 3:12 Using onBackpressureXXX() operators 3:59 Using Flowable.generate() RxJava is a popular library for building asynchronous and event-based applications using observable sequences for the JVM. Learning RxJava 3 addresses all the fundamentals of reactive programming to help readers write reactive code, as well as teach them an effective approach to designing and implementing reactive libraries and applications. Connect with Packt: Find us on Facebook: 🤍 Find us on Twitter: 🤍 Video created by Aristides Villarreal Bravo

Understand Key Classes in the RxJava API

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This video describes the key classes in the RxJava API, including Single, Observable, and Flowable.

#29 RxJava - Operators - 5 ways to merge Observables

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This video shows merge with Observables and iterables work, also shows merge with array and mergeWith operator. Watch the video till the end to find out how the merge operator works with infinite Observables like Observable.interval(). You can find the source code of this video series here: 🤍 This video episode is a part of an ongoing RxJava tutorial series called RxJavaAllInOne. 👇🏾 You can find the playlist from here: 🤍 #13 RxJava - Observable interval() - Hot or Cold? 🤍 #16 RxJava - Introduction to Operator - map() and filter() 🤍 Previous Video 👇🏾 #28 RxJava - Operators - doFinally vs doOnDispose 🤍 Next Video 👇🏾 #30 RxJava - Operators - 3 ways to Zip Observables - Different than merge? 🤍 Subscribe to this YouTube channel and hit that bell icon so you don't miss any notification regarding future RxJava tutorial videos that are going to be published every Sunday. Microphone Used: Blue Snowball ICE 🤍 ⬅️ Affiliate Link Check out the review here: 🤍 If you've any queries or questions you can find me here: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Github: 🤍

#14 RxJava - Single, Maybe and Completable

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Namaste everyone, in this video We've discussed very important topics in RxJava. These are Single, Maybe and Completable. Do you know Single, Maybe and Completable works like just Observable, but they have some specific quality in them? Watch the video till the end to find out. This video episode is a part of an ongoing RxJava tutorial series called RxJavaAllInOne. You can find the playlist from here 👇🏾 🤍 You can find the source code of this video series here: 🤍 Previous Video 👇🏾 #13 RxJava - Observable interval() - Hot or Cold? 🤍 Subscribe to this YouTube channel and hit that bell icon so you don't miss any notification regarding future RxJava tutorial videos that are going to be published every Sunday. Microphone Used: Blue Snowball ICE 🤍 ⬅️ Affiliate Link Check out the review here: 🤍 Tripod Used: Tefeng TF - 3110 🤍 ⬅️ Affiliate Link If you've any queries or questions you can find me here: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Github: 🤍

RxJava - Параллельные вычисления

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Как достичь параллельной обработки информации в RxJava? Люди часто не понимают как правильно применить концепцию многопотоковости к предлагаемому RxJava контракту Observable, когда каждый элемент должен обрабатываться в потоке один за другим. Один из частых вопросов к RxJava - как добиться многопотоковости, обрабатывая элементы Observable параллельно, и можно ли это сделать? Смотрите об этом наше видео. Приглашаем Вас регистрироваться на 🤍

Introducing the Flowable Process Engines by Paul Holmes Higgin & Joram Barrez

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The Flowable Project provides a set of Open Source engines for BPMN, CMMN and DMN in Java. They're used around the globe to drive business critical applications in all kinds of architectures, whether orchestrating microservices or soft-wiring the behavior of the microservices themselves; embedded, as a service, on-premise or in the cloud. This talk introduces working with business processes, decision tables and case management with the open source Flowable libraries, then shows some of its unique dynamic process capabilities being used to integrate Machine Learning into business processes. All illustrated with demos and code. # Paul Holmes-Higgin Paul has a long history with technology, currently with edorasware. Previously, he was a co-founder of Alfresco, holding a number of executive positions there. He was instrumental in bringing the Activiti BPM engine to market (of course, the engineers maintain it was their hard work). Before that, there were a couple of start-ups, plus time with Documentum, Resumix and IBM. All after a spell in academia with an AI group, somehow blagging a PhD in the process. In his spare time, he enjoys sprint and marathon kayaking. # Joram Barrez Joram is a Flowable core developer at edorasware with many years experience in open-source software and of building scalable process engines.

#7 RxJava - Cold Observable, Hot Observable and Connectable Observable

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Namaste everyone, in this video we've created Cold Observable, Hot Observable, and Connectable Observable You can find the source code of this video series here: 🤍 #4 RxJava - Observer and Observable Animated Introduction: 🤍 If you haven't watched #5 RxJava - 3 ways to create Observables, then we highly recommend you watch that first here: 🤍 Previous Video 👇🏾 #6 RxJava - Introduction to Observer 🤍 Next Video 👇🏾 #8 RxJava - Observable.error + Bonus Tip 🤍 Subscribe to this YouTube channel and hit that bell icon so you don't miss any notification regarding future RxJava videos that is going to be published every Sunday. Microphone Used: Blue Snowball ICE Check out the review here: 🤍 If you've any queries or questions you can find me here: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Github: 🤍

RxJava For Beginner Full Course | Android | RxJava | RxAndroid

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RxJava & RxAndroid For Beginners. | Android | RxJava | RxAndroid You can support me by buying my course: Dagger Hilt Dependency Injection Masterclass: 🤍 Android Notification MasterClass: 🤍 WorkManager MasterClass For Android Developer: 🤍 Android Development For Beginner With Kotlin : 🤍 Android With PHP MYSQL : 🤍 Kotlin Flow : 🤍 RxJava 3 For Android Developer Masterclass : 🤍 Android Services Beginner To Expert : 🤍 Professional Android Developer I : 🤍 Android Dependency Injection With Dagger I : 🤍 Android Dependency Injection With Dagger II : 🤍 Kotlin Koroutines For Android Developer : 🤍 Android Dark Theme : 🤍 Android Jetpack Security : 🤍 Free RxJava I : 🤍 Free RxJava II : 🤍 Free RxJava III : 🤍

Software Engineering: Can the RxJava class Flowable legitimately have 460 methods? (3 Solutions!!)

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Software Engineering: Can the RxJava class Flowable legitimately have 460 methods? Helpful? Please support me on Patreon: 🤍 With thanks & praise to God, and with thanks to the many people who have made this project possible! | Content (except music & images) licensed under CC BY-SA 🤍 | Music: 🤍 | Images: 🤍 & others | With thanks to user skomisa (softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/users/108656), user Neil (softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/users/6967), user Euphoric (softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/users/56655), user akarnokd (softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/users/294716), and the Stack Exchange Network (softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/questions/364643). Trademarks are property of their respective owners. Disclaimer: All information is provided "AS IS" without warranty of any kind. You are responsible for your own actions. Please contact me if anything is amiss at Roel D.OT VandePaar A.T gmail.com

Flowable Engine Part 3: Implement flowable using Java

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In this tutorial, we will be implementing the flowable business process engine using Java. Github Repository: 🤍 Medium Post: 🤍

#31 RxJava - Operators - What is flatMap?

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This video shows how to use the very popular operator in RxJava, flatMap. You can find the source code of this video series here: 🤍 This video episode is a part of an ongoing RxJava tutorial series called RxJavaAllInOne. 👇🏾 You can find the playlist from here: 🤍 Previous Video 👇🏾 #30 RxJava - Operators - 3 ways to Zip Observables - Different than merge? 🤍 Next Video 👇🏾 #32 - RxJava - map vs flatMap 🤍 Subscribe to this YouTube channel and hit that bell icon so you don't miss any notification regarding future RxJava tutorial videos that are going to be published every Sunday. Microphone Used: Blue Snowball ICE 🤍 ⬅️ Affiliate Link Check out the review here: 🤍 If you've any queries or questions you can find me here: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Github: 🤍

RxJava - Observables Single, Completable, Maybe

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En este videotutorial os mostramos los diferentes observables que han sido añadidos en las v2.0 de la librería de RxJava. Observables Single, Completable, Maybe. Cualquier duda o comentarios, por favor, hacerlos en los comentarios del video. +Info: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍

Flowable Tutorial 8 | PMA: Initialize Variables Tasks Part 1

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Welcome to another video on modeling a Proposal Management application in Flowable. We will be stepping back to the case model and covering the initialize variables task. This task will allow us to initialize and modify process or case variables without any user input during runtime.

Flowable Engine Part 2: Implement flowable using Java

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In this tutorial, we will be implementing the flowable business process engine using Java. Github Repository: 🤍 Medium Post: 🤍

Retrofit Calls and RxJava

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In this video I get the dependencies required to use RxJava so we can return Flowable objects from the Retrofit requests. Returning a flowable object instead of a Retrofit Call object will make it much easier to handle the http requests. ➤ Watch the dagger course free: ↻ 🤍 ➤ Code for this video: ↻ 🤍

fromArray, fromIterable, fromCallable - RxJava Operators

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In this video I talk about the fromArray, fromIterable and fromCallable operators in RxJava. Watch or read the course (it's free): 🤍 Code: 🤍 ➤ High quality Android courses: ↻ 🤍 ➤ Learn to code like me: ↻ 🤍

Flowable Hello World Application | How-To | Flowable

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Once you have downloaded the Flowable Work trial, you want to get started with creating your first application. In this video, Valentin Zickner, our Solution Architect at Flowable, explains how you can create your first Flowable app with a simple "Hello World" process. The process will be published and executed in Flowable Work. ▶ Subscribe to our channel to see new videos first: 🤍 ▶ Visit the Flowable website to know more: 🤍 ▶ Check out our playlists with more great content: How to with Flowable: 🤍 Flowable Product Demos: 🤍 Tech Talks: 🤍 ▶ Table of Content: 00:00 Welcome 00:44 Overview Flowable Applications 01:14 Flowable Design 01:36 An app within Flowable Design 02:25 Creating a new process 03:16 The Flowable Design editor 04:38 Model the process 05:56 Publish the process to Flowable Work 06:14 The Flowable Work application 07:28 Starting the Hello World process ► Download Flowable: Flowable Open Source: 🤍 Flowable Work: 🤍 Flowable Orchestrate: 🤍 ► You can also find us on: LinkedIn: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 or 🤍Flowablebpm ► About Flowable Flowable is the intelligent business automation platform to automate end-to-end processes. From simple and repetitive, to complex and unpredictable scenarios – transform your business by connecting systems, data and people. Being open and low-code, Flowable enables organizations to build tailored applications at speed and at scale, optimizing resources and reducing time to value, while maintaining full regulatory compliance. 🤍 #helloworldprocess #application #intelligentautomation #flowable

Create, Just, Range, Repeat - RxJava Operators

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In this video I talk about the create, just, range, and repeat RxJava operators. Watch or read the course (it's free): 🤍 Code: 🤍 ➤ High quality Android courses: ↻ 🤍 ➤ Learn to code like me: ↻ 🤍

#4 RxJava - Observer and Observable: An Animated Intro

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Namaste everyone, in this episode we've discussed our heroes of this video series, Observer and Observable through a real-life example. You will also find us discussing Single, Maybe and Completable. In this video you're not going to find any code, instead, you're going to find this video very helpful to clear your understanding. If you didn't watch our previous video that is RxJava Prerequisites the I highly recommend you do watch here: Previous Video 👇🏾 #3 RxJava - Prerequisite: 3 things you should know + BONUS 🤍 Next Video 👇🏾 #5 RxJava - 3 ways to create Observables 🤍 Subscribe to this YouTube channel and hit that bell icon so you don't miss any notification regarding future RxJava videos that is going to be published every Sunday. Microphone Used: Blue Snowball ICE Check out the review here: 🤍 If you want to see more Animated explanation videos like this in the future, please do comment below. or contact me through my social handles: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Github: 🤍

Introducing AI to the Flowable Process Engines - Paul Holmes Higgin y Joram Barrez @paulrhh

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"The Flowable Project provides a set of Open Source engines for BPMN, CMMN and DMN in Java. They're used around the globe to drive business critical applications in all kinds of architectures, whether orchestrating microservices or soft-wiring the behavior of the microservices themselves; embedded, as a service, on-premise or in the cloud. This talk introduces working with business processes, decision tables and case management with the open source Flowable libraries, then shows some of its unique dynamic process capabilities being used to integrate Machine Learning into business processes. All illustrated with demos and code." ¿Y si lo escuchas mientras vas al trabajo o te pones en forma? 🤍 Todos los videos de CODEMOTION 2017 🤍 Descarga gratis la versión digital del libro de Roberto Canales “Conversaciones con CEOs y CIOs sobre Transformación Digital y Metodologías Ágiles ” 🤍 Suscríbete a nuestra newsletter; 🤍 Facebook; 🤍 Twitter; 🤍 LinkedIn 🤍

RXJava Disposables

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هنشرح يعني ايه disposable وامتى نستخدمها بلاي ليست : 🤍 مستنيين آرائكم كلها فيسبوك: 🤍

KotlinConf 2017 - RX Java with Kotlin in Baby Steps by Annyce Davis

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Reactive Programming with RxJava has widely been adopted by both backend services and Android applications alike. Yet, the steep learning curve leaves many developers hesitant about adding it to their own Software tool belt. I was one such developer. Over the past two years, I’ve watched countless videos, read numerous blog posts and attended several conference talks on the subject. Yet, I often left each experience feeling only slightly more knowledgeable, but not quite empowered to start using RxJava in my apps. That's not going to happen today! In this talk, we cover the bare minimum concepts you need to grok, in order to start using RxJava today. In particular, we're going to focus on: * The 3 O's: Observable, Observer and Operator * The most common Operators: map(), flatMap(), and filter() * Understanding those Marble Diagrams * How Kotlin helps to simplify the code Reactive Programming is not going away any time soon. It’s a powerful way to create asynchronous, event-based applications. It allows developers the ability to craft applications that can easily combine multiple network calls, gracefully handle failures, all while providing a snappy user experience. I want everyone to feel comfortable with the basic concepts of RxJava. Today can be your first step... Annyce Davis is an Android Google Developer Expert. She has spent the past 6+ years developing applications for the Android ecosystem across multiple form factors. She is also an international conference speaker and author, sharing her knowledge of Android development with others. In addition, Annyce is active in the Washington, DC tech scene, and assists with running a local meetup focused on Android development and design.

RxJava Android Tutorial : 3 Simple RxJava Example

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Enrol to My 37 hour Advanced Android Development Course at Udemy (86% off, $14.99 only) 🤍 Check my "The Complete RxJava For Android Development Masterclass" on Udemy. 🤍 Please SUBSCRIBE to our youtube channel . We are uploading new Android Development tutorials every week.

RxJava 3 tutorial for beginners - Part 15 - Threading - observeOn()

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Chapters: 0:00 Introduction 0:14 The problem 1:33 observeOn in theory 2:45 Important facts about observeOn() 4:33 Practical example of observeOn() 6:06 End of the series

#20 RxJava - Operators - repeat and scan

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In this episode, we've covered repeat operators which basically helps you to repeat emissions. And a very interesting operator called scan operator. Watch the video till the end to know more. This video episode is a part of an ongoing RxJava tutorial series called RxJavaAllInOne. 👇🏾 You can find the playlist from here: 🤍 You can find the source code of this video series here: 🤍 Previous Video 👇🏾 #19 RxJava - Operators - defaultIfEmpty and switchIfEmpty 🤍 Next Video 👇🏾 #21 RxJava - Operators - Sorted - 3 ways to Sort Anything 🤍 Subscribe to this YouTube channel and hit that bell icon so you don't miss any notification regarding future RxJava tutorial videos that are going to be published every Sunday. Microphone Used: Blue Snowball ICE 🤍 ⬅️ Affiliate Link Check out the review here: 🤍 Tripod Used: Tefeng TF - 3110 🤍 ⬅️ Affiliate Link If you've any queries or questions you can find me here: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Github: 🤍

Android : RxJava 2.x: Should I use Flowable or Single/Completable?

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Android : RxJava 2.x: Should I use Flowable or Single/Completable? [ Beautify Your Computer : 🤍 ] Android : RxJava 2.x: Should I use Flowable or Single/Completable? Note: The information provided in this video is as it is with no modifications. Thanks to many people who made this project happen. Disclaimer: All information is provided as it is with no warranty of any kind. Content is licensed under CC BY SA 2.5 and CC BY SA 3.0. Question / answer owners are mentioned in the video. Trademarks are property of respective owners and stackexchange. Information credits to stackoverflow, stackexchange network and user contributions. If there any issues, contact us on - htfyc dot hows dot tech #Android:RxJava2x:ShouldIuseFlowableorSingle/Completable? #Android #: #RxJava #2.x: #Should #I #use #Flowable #or #Single/Completable? Guide : [ Android : RxJava 2.x: Should I use Flowable or Single/Completable? ]

RxJava: простыми словами о сложном (by Alexey Bykov)

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Доклад Алексея Быкова (Revolut) о RxJava (20.03.2022)

#32 - RxJava - map vs flatMap

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This video shows the difference between two important RxJava operators map and flatMap. You can find the source code of this video series here: 🤍 #16 RxJava - Introduction to Operator - map() and filter() 🤍 This video episode is a part of an ongoing RxJava tutorial series called RxJavaAllInOne. 👇🏾 You can find the playlist from here: 🤍 Previous Video 👇🏾 #31 RxJava - Operators - What is flatMap? 🤍 Next Video 👇🏾 S01E33 - RxJava - Operators - concat - different than merge and flatMap? 🤍 Subscribe to this YouTube channel and hit that bell icon so you don't miss any notification regarding future RxJava tutorial videos that are going to be published every Sunday. Microphone Used: Blue Snowball ICE 🤍 ⬅️ Affiliate Link Check out the review here: 🤍 If you've any queries or questions you can find me here: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Github: 🤍

Overview of Key Classes in the RxJava API

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This video gives an overview of two key classes in the RxJava API: Single and Observable.

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