pull-observable

observable as a pull-stream source to take advantage of existing throughs and sinks

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pull-observable

This is a pull-stream source that works with anything that implements observable behaviour.

While observable is perhaps not an ideal fit for a pull-stream source it does enable you to make use of existing throughs and sinks which means you can do some cool things.

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Example Usage

This is a simple example using point:

var point = require('point');
var pull = require('pull-stream');
var observe = require('pull-observable');

pull(
  observe(point(document)),

  // only accept events that are below 200, 200
  pull.filter(function(args) {
    return args[0] < 200 && args[1] < 200;
  }),
  pull.log()
);

License(s)

MIT

Copyright (c) 2013 Damon Oehlman damon.oehlman@gmail.com

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