1. Synchronous vs. Asynchronous EventEmitters In Angular 2 Beta 14

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    Ben Nadel demonstrates that output binding EventEmitters(), in Angular 2 Beta 14, can be made to be synchronous. And, how this affects the timing of the output binding event handler in the context…

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    • Ward Bell: Do Not Expect EventEmitter To Be Observable In Angular 2

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      Ben Nadel looks at using the RxJS Subject class instead of the EventEmitter class, as per Ward Bell's advice, in Angular 2.

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      • EventEmitter Is An RxJS Observable Stream In Angular 2 Beta 6

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        Ben Nadel demonstrates that the EventEmitter class, in Angular 2 Beta 6, is an RxJS observable stream and can be operated upon and subscribed to like any other RxJS stream.

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        • EventEmitter Invokes Event Callbacks In The Context Of The EventEmitter Instance In Node.js

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          Ben Nadel looks at how EventEmitter invokes event callbacks in Node.js and demonstrates that the "this" scope will consistently reference the EventEmitter instance.

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