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thatsnotnice689347dbeware that now you're cursed, if you don't embrace reactive programming and spread the word about how good avocados are within 21h , a team of hipsters will popup in your office with their beards, colorful stuff and trendy buzzwords.
seems a joke, but it's not
thatsnotnice689347dok, really, rx to me justifies the overhead
there're almost no cases where complexity is low enough to make reactive approach pointless (maybe code challenges...)
i don't know the swift scene very well, but 40K lines seem quite something tho
@thatsnotnice loved the first response.
Re second: I dunno. There’s only a small handful of use cases so far where I’ve said “oh cool that will save some time”. The rest I don’t necessarily as an improvement, just a different way of doing it. I still think I could replicate the few useful things another way and not introduce 40k lines of code into the app
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