RxSwift has been one of the most prominent and upcoming frameworks in the iOS & Swift community in the past years. Its usage is becoming widespread and popular with many companies moving their code base to the Reactive world across iOS, Android, Web and Backend - making it a valuable skill to comprehend.
Along with that fact thought, it seems the learning curve for RxSwift and Rx in general always seems "hard" to most people, or too hard to get started with. In this lecture I hope to debunk the myth and misconception of RxSwift being a hard concept, and put developers on the right path to start building Reactive Mobile applications for the modern world.
Shai Mishali is the iOS Lead for the Tim Hortons mobile app, a Tech Editor and Author on raywenderlich.com and is involved in several open source projects on his spare time - mainly the RxSwiftCommunity and RxSwift projects. As an avid enthusiast of hackathons, Shai took 1st place at BattleHack Tel-Aviv 2014, BattleHack World Finals San Jose 2014, and Ford's Developer Challenge Tel-Aviv 2015. You can find him on GitHub and Twitter.