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How Reaqtor combines reactivity with reliable data processing
One of the big features that distinguishes Reaqtor from classic Rx is the ability to run long running stateful queries. It does this through the persistence of state which allows these queries to survive restarts, outages and even moving between different machines. It is the ability to execute these incredibly long running queries that enables support for services like Bing, Cortana and M365.
Reaqtor's Open Source Journey
Reaqtor is almost 10 years old. The journey to make it available as open source has taken over 5 years. Read how endjin spearheaded the process and became the project maintainers.
Sequences, LINQ, Rx, & Reaqtor Part 6: Reaqtor
In the final part in this series, we finally get to explore Reaqtor and understand how evolves the concepts of Rx for a cloud native world.
Sequences, LINQ, Rx, & Reaqtor Part 5: Remotable Expressions
In the fifth part in this series we explore the ability to serialize expression trees and then remote them.
Sequences, LINQ, Rx, & Reaqtor Part 4: Reaqtive
In the fourth part in this series we explore the Reaqtiveframework including IReactiveObservable<T> and IReactiveQbservable<T>.
Sequences, LINQ, Rx, & Reaqtor Part 3: Rx
In the third part in this series we investigate IObservable<T> and Rx.
Sequences, LINQ, Rx, & Reaqtor Part 2: LINQ
In the second part in this series we delve deeper into LINQ and understand IQueryable<T>.
Sequences, LINQ, Rx, & Reaqtor Part 1: Sequences and IEnumerable<T>
In the first part of this series we explore the basic building blocks of Reaqtor—IEnumerable<T>.