IxJS - The Interactive Extensions for JavaScript

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The Interactive Extensions for JavaScript (IxJS) brings the Array#extras combinators to iterables, generators, async iterables and async generators. With the introduction of the Symbol.iterator and generators in ES2015, and subsequent introduction of Symbol.asyncIterator and async generators, it became obvious we need an abstraction over these data structures for composition, querying and more.IxJS unifies both synchronous and asynchronous pull-based collections, just as RxJS unified the world of push-based collections. RxJS is great for event-based workflows where the data can be pushed at the rate of the producer, however, IxJS is great at I/O operations where you as the consumer can pull the data when you are ready.

https://github.com/ReactiveX/IxJS#readme

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tslib : ^1.8.0

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