This is a really quick python module I banged out one evening while watching “Astronaut Wives”. It implements some basics of observables and reactive programming principles. It’s not meant as a serious library for you to use, more of a way to show how simple observables really are.
For a great introduction to reactive programming, check out The introduction to Reactive Programming you’ve been missing, by Andre Staltz.
If you want an observable library to actually use, you can check out Reactive-Extensions, including RxPy for python.
I love Vim, except now that I’ve used Atom, I hate Vim. Not because I like Atom, I hate Atom, too. But it’s so much prettier than Vim!
So I’m no longer satisfied with any text editor that I’ve tried. So obviously, I’ll just create my own.
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