Cédric Soulas
Motion graphics about programming


Episode 4 - Projection through time Monday, 9 Oct.

With the first three lessons, you have learned three concepts of Reactive Programming. Congrats!

Today, I’m sending you the ❚ delay card:

Use a ▬ number piece on this card to set the time period, such as 2500 milliseconds. Then, this is how ❚ delay operates:

As you can see, it doesn’t change the relative time intervals between the events.

Two weeks ago, you projected events through a function with map. You now have learned cards can also project events through time. Yeah!

Next Monday, we’ll play with two input streams 😎.

Cards to learn Reactive Programming

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Cédric Soulas
Motion graphics about programming