Sasa Sekulic, I am happy that you enjoyed the article and I’m open to constructive feedback. This post is less of a manifesto on reactive programming and more so a launching off point to explore the strengths of both Kotlin Flow and RxJava.

Which Rx examples do you believe are wrong and needlessly complicated?

…if you wanted to show that RxJava has a steeper learning curve than coroutines, you succeeded perfectly

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