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Hello Authors,

Congratulations!

Question: What was on your mind when you wrote topics on Reactive Programming for this book? What should be an important take away for the readers?


All the Best!
 
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A takeway for the readers should be that reactive programming is powerful and might increase performance in applications that are suitable for it. But applications shouldn't be designed to be reactive just because the whole software development world seems to be heading in that direction.
You need to understand both classic and reactive programming style, because there is a high chance you will work with both.
 
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