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Thursday, July 09, 2009

DotNet Reactive Framework (Rx)

Since DotNet / .Net is very much a part of Dynamics AX in 2009 and even more so in 2011 version, I thought it would be nice to take deeper steps into the .Net world, and learn some new ways to achieve things that might help you in your development efforts.

In these .Net post, I plan on doing pratical post about things that can be used in today's world, and also future talks.

Something that call my eye, for a not-to-distant future .Net framework, is the .Net Reactive Framework (Rx)

That link will take you to a Microsoft Ch. 9 posting for an Expert-to-Expert video on the Rx Framework.

From the site.:
"The .NET Reactive Framework (Rx) is the mathematical dual of LINQ to Objects. It consists of a pair of interfaces IObserver/IObservable that represent push-based, or observable, collections, plus a library of extension methods that implement the LINQ Standard Query Operators and other useful stream transformation functions."

A mouthful I know... worth the time to watch the video. In short it adds to one's desire's to make use of LINQ for event based development needs, vs. traditional coding.

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