RxJavaFX - RxJava bindings for JavaFX

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RxJavaFX is a lightweight library to convert JavaFX events into RxJava Observables/Flowables and vice versa. It also has a Scheduler to safely move emissions to the JavaFX Event Dispatch Thread.NOTE: To use with Kotlin, check out RxKotlinFX to leverage this library with extension functions and additional operators.




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