Tag: rxfirestorekt

Vanilla Firestore vs RxFirestoreKT

RxFirestoreKT is a great library for combining RxJava (Kotlin) and Firestore together, but what I noticed about Firestore is that it already contains many of RxJava’s advantages as it is. Firestore works asynchronously, it can map documents to POJO objects, and can keep a continuous stream of data flowing, handles errors well, and it does…
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A Beginner’s Guide to RxJava using Firestore and RxFirestoreKt

In case you haven’t heard about RxJava, it’s a library for composing asynchronous and event-based programs using observable sequences for Java and Android apps. Making it excellent in conjunction with Firestore for things like say, responding to a change in the database and fetching the updated data while handling it on the right thread to…
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