Presented at KL DevFest 2019
Reactive programming and marble diagrams - they always seem to come together! Marble diagrams are meant to help visualize reactive programming, which can be hard to work with especially when the amount of data streams and operators start to increase. Well, these marbles and straight lines and observables are great and all, but at the end of the day, I just want my data! Let's take a light-hearted approach on reading these diagrams and make sense of this whole reactive programming thing. After all, guli is supposed to be fun, right?