Wrap up this course by reviewing what you learned, and get some handy resources to continue the learning on your path to Jedi mastery of RxSwift.
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Scott has been developing iOS apps since 2010, using Swift since the day it was announced, and RxSwift since before version 1. He's authored several video courses, tutorials, and articles on iOS app development, presented at numerous conferences, meetups, and online events, and most recently co-authored RxSwift - Reactive Programming with Swift. Scott is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps, and he lives in St. Louis. You can reach Scott on LinkedIn or Twitter, or by email, and check out his open-source work on GitHub.
Add some polish to Our Planet by appropriately showing and hiding the activity indicator for network activity.
Finish implementing Our Planet by incrementally updating the UI with data coming back from parallel fetching.
In this video you’ll see how to improve Our Planet to retrieve data more efficiently by fetching in parallel.
Continue implementing the functionality for Our Planet, beginning with how to fetch data from the EONET public API.
Apply everything you’ve learned in this course so far to implement the functionality for an app that resembles how you would use RxSwift in your own app projects.
Get additional hands-on experience working with two commonly used combining operators to improve upon an example from the previous video.
In this video you’ll continue working with combining operators to merge, choose between, and accumulate observables.
In this video you’ll learn how to use a wide variety of operators to prepend, join, and merge observables.
Get introduced to what you will be learning about in this part: joining observable sequences together.