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Working with RxJava's Observables can be challenging: they have to abide by the Android lifecycle, be aware of garbage collection, and keep threading in mind. In this talk, Paco will take a deep dive on the memory management pitfalls when working with reactive apps.
You will learn what leaks are, how they are created when working with observable streams, and provide advice on how to avoid them. Building your own UI binding abstraction can help you understand how you app's state changes, and greatly simplify your tests. Lastly, how to architect your app to optimize for fast development loops.
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About Memory Management in Fully Reactive Apps
A rogue functional programmer in Android land, Paco started his career working on mobile videogames, and then transitioned to prototypes, experimental libraries, and worrying about day-to-day development experience.