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Utilities for simplified observables 👀

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Utilities for simplified observables

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Install:

npm install @uneksija/comea

Import:

import { /* functions */ } from 'comea'

Definitions

Observer: A function that receives some data over time and does something with it.

const observer = data => doSomething(data)

Observable: A function that receives an observer and calls it with data.

const observable = next => next(130)
const number$ = next => [1, 2, 3].forEach(next)

The next example will build a timer observable and a logger observer within these concepts:

const timer = next => {
  let i = 0
  next(i)
  setInterval(_ => {
    i++
    next(i)
  }, 1000)
}
const logger = data => console.log('data:', data)

To bind them we call the observable passing the observer as a parameter:

timer(logger)

// data: 0
// data: 1
// data: 2

API

just

just: (value: any) => Observable

Takes a value and returns an observable that emits just that value.

from

from: (values: any[]) => Observable

Takes a list of values and returns an observable that emits each value at a time.

periodic

periodic: (interval: number) => Observable

Takes an interval in milliseconds and returns an observable that emits undefined at that interval.

map

map: (base: Observable, mapper: (value: any) => any) => Observable

Takes an observable and a function, returns an observable that applies the function to the values of the base observable and emits the results.

flatMap

flatMap: (base: Observable, mapper: (value: any) => Observable) => Observable

Like map, applies a function to the values emitted by the base observable but expecting that function to return observables, then returns an observable that flattens the emissions of the generated observables.

constant

constant: (base: Observable, value: any) => Observable

Takes an observable and a constant, returns an observable that emits the constant each time the base observable emits a value.

take

take: (base: Observable, ammount: number) => Observable

Takes an observable and an ammount, returns an observable that emits that many events from the base observable.

filter

filter: (base: Observable, predicate: (value: any) => boolean) => Observable

Takes an observable and a predicate, returns an observable that emits only the values from the base observable for which the predicate evaluates to true.

scan

scan: (base: Observable, reducer: (state: any, value: any) => any, initial: any) => Observable

Takes an observable, a reducer and an initial value, returns an observable that emits the partial applications of the reducer on the values from the base observable. Where the reducer is a function that takes the current state and a value, then returns the next state.

merge

merge: (...observables: Observable[]) => Observable

Takes some observables and returns an observable that emits events from all the base observables.

combine

combine: (combiner: (...values: any) => any, ...observables: Observable[]) => Observable

Takes a combiner and some observables, returns an observable that emits the application of the combiner to the values of the base observables. Where the combiner is a function that receives the values in the same order as the observables were passed.

zip

zip: (merger: (...values: any) => any, ...observables: Observable[]) => Observable

Takes a merger and some observables and returns an observable that emits the application of the merger to the values of the base observables. Where the merger is a function that receives the values in the same order as the observables were passed. The first emission will have the first events from all observables, and so on.

sample

sample: (base: Observable, trigger: Observable) => Observable

Takes two observables, a base and a trigger, the resulting observable will emit the last event from the base each time it receives an event from the trigger.

debounce

debounce: (base: Observable, interval: number) => Observable

Takes an observable and an interval in milliseconds and returns an observable that emits events from the base observable with at least that much interval between emissions, ignoring events emitted during this interval.

delay

delay: (base: Observable, interval: number) => Observable

Takes an observable and an interval in milliseconds and returns an observable that emits events from the base observable delayed by that much time.

endWhen

endWhen: (base: Observable, limiter: Observable) => Observable

Takes two observables, a base and a limiter, and returns an observable that emits events from the base observable until the limiter observable emits an event.

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