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rx.angular.js - AngularJS Bindings for RxJS

  •    Javascript

Library for bridging between RxJS and AngularJS.

vue-rx - RxJS integration for Vue.js.

  •    Javascript

RxJS bindings for Vue

aesthetic - [BETA] A fast and easy to use plug-and-play dynamic theme engine

  •    Java

Aesthetic is an easy to use, fast, Rx-powered theme engine for Android applications.You can download an APK of the sample project.




UniRx - Reactive Extensions for Unity

  •    CSharp

UniRx (Reactive Extensions for Unity) is a reimplementation of the .NET Reactive Extensions. The Official Rx implementation is great but doesn't work on Unity and has issues with iOS IL2CPP compatibility. This library fixes those issues and adds some specific utilities for Unity. Supported platforms are PC/Mac/Android/iOS/WP8/WindowsStore/etc and the library is fully supported on both Unity 5 and 4.6.

redux-observable - RxJS middleware for action side effects in Redux using "Epics"

  •    Javascript

RxJS 5-based middleware for Redux. Compose and cancel async actions to create side effects and more.This has peer dependencies of rxjs@5.x.x and redux, which will have to be installed as well.

yolk - :egg: A library for building asynchronous user interfaces.

  •    Javascript

A library for building asynchronous user interfaces. Familiar: Yolk is a small library built on top of Virtual DOM and RxJS. It exposes a very limited API so that you don't have to spend weeks getting up to speed. Yolk components are just plain functions that return JSX or hyperscript.

redux-rx - RxJS utilities for Redux.

  •    Javascript

selectState() should return a sequence of props that can be passed to the child. This provides a great integration point for sideways data-loading. Pretty simple, right? Notice how there are no event handlers to clean up, no componentWillReceiveProps(), no setState. Everything is just a sequence.


undux - ⚡️ Dead simple state management for React

  •    TypeScript

Be sure to define a key for each value in your model, even if the value is initially undefined. That's all there is to it.

rxviz - Rx Visualizer - Animated playground for Rx Observables

  •    Javascript

RxViz simply visualizes a given Observable. Your JavaScript code will be evaluated, and, if the last expression is an Observable, a nice animated visualization will appear. RxViz treats the evaluated Observable as a black box. We rely only on the fact that Observable emits values over time. RxViz doesn't rely on the internals of RxJS. This will allow us to visualize TC39 Observables in the future.

kovenant - Kovenant. Promises for Kotlin.

  •    Kotlin

Promises for Kotlin. The easy asynchronous library for Kotlin. With extensions for Android, RxJava, JavaFX and much more.

DynamicData - Reactive collections based on Rx.Net

  •    CSharp

Dynamic Data is a portable class library which brings the power of Reactive Extensions (Rx) to collections.Rx is extremely powerful but out of the box provides nothing to assist with managing collections. In most applications there is a need to update the collections dynamically. Typically a collection is loaded and after the initial load, asynchronous updates are received. The original collection will need to reflect these changes. In simple scenarios the code is simple. However, typical applications are much more complicated and may apply a filter, transform the original dto and apply a sort. Even with these simple every day operations the complexity of the code is quickly magnified. Dynamic data has been developed to remove the tedious code of dynamically maintaining collections. It has grown to become functionally very rich with at least 60 collection based operations which amongst other things enable filtering, sorting, grouping, joining different sources, transforms, binding, pagination, data virtualisation, expiration, disposal management plus more.

electron-remote - Execute JavaScript in remote Electron processes, but more betterer

  •    Javascript

electron-remote provides an alternative to Electron's remote module based around Promises instead of synchronous execution. It also provides an automatic way to use BrowserWindows as "background processes" that auto-scales based on usage, similar to Grand Central Dispatch or the .NET TPL Taskpool. Remote is super convenient! But it also has some downsides - its main downside is that its action is synchronous. This means that both the main and window processes will wait for a method to finish running. Even for quick methods, calling it too often can introduce scroll jank and generally cause performance problems.

rxvision - visualizer debugger for reactive streams

  •    HTML

Maintenance status: low. I'm not currently using this or RxJS, but I'm happy to review & merge pull requests if you want to make improvements. Completion status: Prototype. I got something working that worked well for demos, but wasn't really sufficient for large app-sized use cases. It also hasn't been updated to the latest versions of RxJS.

focal - Program user interfaces the FRP way.

  •    TypeScript

Type safe, expressive and composable state management for React applications. You can play with this example online on CodeSandbox.