RxJavaExtensions

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RxJavaExtensions

RxJava 2.x & 3.x extra sources, operators and components and ports of many 1.x companion libraries.

Overview:

The RxJavaExtensions library is a collection of extensions, operators, and components for RxJava 3.x. It includes implementations of extra sources, operators, and companion libraries from RxJava 1.x. The library provides a wide range of features for working with numerical sequences, performing string operations, and jumpstarting asynchronous sequences. It also offers debug support, custom processors and subjects, custom schedulers, and a variety of custom operators and transformers.

Features:

  • Extra functional interfaces
  • Mathematical operations over numerical sequences
  • String operations
  • Asynchronous jumpstarting a sequence
  • Computational expressions
  • Join patterns
  • Debug support
  • Function tagging
  • Protocol validation
  • Multi-hook handlers
  • Custom Processors and Subjects
  • Custom Schedulers
  • Custom operators and transformers

Installation:

To use the RxJavaExtensions library, you can follow these steps:

  1. Add the dependency to your project's build.gradle file:
dependencies {
    implementation 'io.reactivex.rxjava3:rxjava:3.x.x'
    implementation 'com.github.akarnokd:rxjava-extensions:x.x.x'
}

Replace x.x.x with the desired version of the library.

  1. Sync your project with Gradle.

  2. That's it! You can now start using the RxJavaExtensions library in your project.

Summary:

The RxJavaExtensions library is a powerful extension to RxJava 3.x, providing additional functionality, operators, and components. It offers a wide range of features for working with numerical sequences, performing string operations, and jumpstarting asynchronous sequences. With its custom processors, subjects, schedulers, and operators, it enables users to have more control and flexibility in their RxJava applications. The library is easy to install and integrate into projects, making it a valuable tool for developers working with RxJava.