Let's say we have an Observable:  var observable = Rx.Observable     .fromEvent(document.getElementById('emitter'), 'click');   How can I make it Complete (what will trigger onComplete event for all subscribed Observers) ?...
Imagine I have the following code:  let a = Rx.Observable.of(1, 2, 3) let b = Observable.zip(a, a, (a, b) => a + b) b.forEach(t => console.log(t))   This immediately outputs the results. Now, how do I put a timed delay between each message as a...
I'm attempting to repeat a request until the response has data using RxJS, at which point I'd like to call a success (or failure) handler, but I'm having trouble w/RxJS. Here's my current approach:  // ... redux-observable action obse...
In RxJS, I want the subscription to persist on the stream even when the stream is changed. Below I used an interval stream to test the behaviour  //Works because foo$ is unchanged let foo$ = Rx.Observable.interval(1000); foo$.subscribe(x => consol...
I have learned of two different ways of making an Observable. First one was with a Subject, like so:  // file A const message$ = new Subject();  // file B message$.subscribe( (message) => console.log(message) );  // file C message$.next("Hello...
Analogous to an array, flatten([1, 2 [3, 4], [5, 6]]) === [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6].  I would like to do this in rxjs observables:  const test$ = Rx.Observable.from(     [1, 2, Rx.Observable.from([3, 4]), 5, Rx.Observable.from([6, 7])] ).mergeAll()  test$.s...
Context: To generate swift code using a JSON tree I’m traversing the tree in pre-order format reaching down into all the leaf nodes, effectively flattening the tree into an array.  Description: Using Rx.Observable.generate() to create an observable...
When grouping output with the combination of .groupBy and .concatAll, some expected output is not generated.  Sample code:  var Rx = require('rx');  var source = Rx.Observable.from(['a1', 'a2', 'b1', 'b2', '...
RxJS Observables are functions that can return zero to infinite values, over time, synchronously or asynchronously.  But how exactly is asynchronous behavior achieved? Does it use separate threads somehow, or does it use a Web API and the JS event lo...
I have a collection that looks like this  [   {     count: 123,     description: 'some description',     articles: [      {...}     ]   },   {     count: 234,     description: 'some description',     articles: [       {...}     ]   }...

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