Control Systems and Computers, N5, 2019, Article 7

Control Systems and Computers, 2019, Issue 5 (283), pp. 60-64.

UDC 004.9

O.S. BULGAKOVA, PhD Ehg. Sciences, associate professor of the Information Technologies department, V.O.Sukhomlynsky Mykolaiv National University, Nikolska str., 24, Mykolaiv, 54000, Ukraine,

V.V. ZOSIMOV, PhD Ehg. Sciences, Head of the Department of Information Technologies, V.O.Sukhomlynsky Mykolaiv National University, Nikolska str., 24, Mykolaiv, 54000, Ukraine,

Reactive Programming Paradigm for Development User Interfaces

The paper discusses the relevance of using the paradigm for user interfaces development. The essence of the reactive programming paradigm, its features and disadvantages are described. The technology of reactive programming ReactiveX is considered. Features of the reactive systems implementation are described as a result of an in-depth study of the main development tools and language structures. The reactive paradigm possibilities of reducing labor costs for building valid models, minimizing errors, and efficient and quick solution of the tasks are shown on the example of the application implementation.

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Keywords: Reactive programming, GUI development, NoSQL database, MongoDB, ReactiveX technology, MVC model.

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 Received  17.11.2019