What’s different about the 3 versions of Rx? Part 3: .NET 3.5 SP1

Two days ago I kicked of this 3 part series by describing what is unique to Rx on Silverlight 3.Yesterday followed that up by I talked about Rx specific features when running on .NET 4 Today I’ll complete the series by talking about what Rx offers on .NET 3.5 SP1 Watch how Rx makes Asynchronous…

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Amb, Materialize and Dematerialize

Paul blogs about our lack of in depth documentation on some cryptic api names. So here is some description of the names and behavior of Amb, Materialize and Dematerialize. Amb’s name comes from a long history, it was named by John McCarthy the inventor of LISP in 1961. It stands for Ambiguous, meaning that the result…

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What’s different about the 3 versions of Rx? Part 2: .NET 4

Yesterday I talked about Rx specific features when running on Silverlight 3 in part one.Today I’ll focus on .NET 4 Beta 2. Watch how Rx uses the new covariance/contravariance feature exposed by C# in .NET 4

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Reactive Extensions for .NET & Silverlight released!

As we released Rx today on DevLabs, I’m finally able to blog a bit more about the Rx technology. I’ll kick it off with 3 screencasts on the differences between the 3 different versions of Rx: Rx for .NET 3.5 SP1 Rx for Silverlight 3 Rx for .NET 4 Beta 2 Today I’ll start with…

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