RxSwift: Transforming Operators in Practice

Learn how to work with transforming operators in RxSwift, in the context of a real app, in this tutorial taken from our latest book, RxSwift: Reactive Programming With Swift! By Marin Todorov.

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Where to Go From Here?

You can download the final package from this tutorial here.

If you enjoyed what you learned in this tutorial, why not check out the complete RxSwift book, available on our store?

Here’s a taste of what’s in the book:

  • Getting Started: Get an introduction to the reactive programming paradigm, learn the terminology involved and see how to begin using RxSwift in your projects.
  • Event Management: Learn how to handle asynchronous event sequences via two key concepts in Rx — Observables and Observers.
  • Being Selective: See how to work with various events using concepts such as filtering, transforming, combining, and time operators.
  • UI Development: RxSwift makes it easy to work with the UI of your apps using RxCocoa, which provides an integration of both UIKit and Cocoa.
  • Intermediate Topics: Level up your RxSwift knowledge with chapters on reactive networking, multi-threading, and error handling.
  • Advanced Topics: Round out your RxSwift education by learning about MVVM app architecture, scene-based navigation, and exposing data via services.
  • And much, much more!

By the end of this book, you’ll have hands-on experience solving common issues in a reactive paradigm — and you’ll be well on your way to coming up with your own Rx patterns and solutions!

To celebrate the launch of the book, it’s currently on sale for $44.99 - that’s a $10 discount off the cover price! But don’t wait too long, as this deal is only on until Friday, April 7.

If you have any questions or comments on this tutorial, feel free to join the discussion below!