RxJS Coincidence Module
groupJoin which allow one to correlate two observable sequences much as you would do in SQL. There is also support for advanced windowing and bufferring capabilities which allow for the specification of opening and closing observable sequences to denote how much data to capture. This requires
rx.lite.js from the
rx-lite NPM module.
There are a number of ways to get started with RxJS.
Installing with NPM
```bash` $ npm install rx-lite-coincidence $ npm install -g rx-lite-coincidence
### Using with Node.js and Ringo.js ```js var Rx = require('rx-lite-coincidence');
In a Browser:
<!-- Just the core RxJS --> <script src="path/to/rx.lite.js"></script> <script src="path/to/rx.lite.coincidence.js"></script>
Included Observable Operators
Observable Instance Methods
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