Functional Reactive Programming with Kotlin on Android - Giorgio Natili - Codemotion Milan 2016

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    Reactive programming is a paradigm oriented around data flows and propagation of changes.

    Kotlin is a programming language intended to be a better Java, and it's designed to be usable and readable across large teams with skill and discipline variances.

    Despite its object-oriented building blocks, Kotlin fits well in the functional reactive programming landscape.

    In this essay, I will deep-dive into the most relevant aspects of FRP in Kotlin focusing on the advantages that everyone can get when using this approach to build an Android app.

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