RxJS Experimental Compat Module
doWhile as well as operators such as
forkJoin. This requires
rx.lite.compat.js from the
rx-lite-compat NPM module. This module has support for older browsers which do not support ES5 functionality, hence the name
There are a number of ways to get started with RxJS.
```bash` $ npm install rx-lite-experimental-compat $ npm install -g rx-lite-experimental-compat
### Using with Node.js and Ringo.js ```js var Rx = require('rx-lite-experimental-compat');
In a Browser:
<!-- Just the core RxJS -->
Included Observable Operators
Observable Instance Methods
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