What is Reactive Programming?

Programming using asynchronous data streams is referred to as reactive programming. Click events, also known as event buses, are an asynchronous event stream in which you may monitor and perform side effects. That concept has been taken to the next level with Reactive. Not only can you make data streams from click and hover events, but you can also make data streams from any other source. Variables, user inputs, properties, caches, data structures, and so on may all be streams. Consider how your Twitter feed, like click events, is a data stream. That stream is available for you to listen to and respond to.