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    Glen Marchesani
    @fizzy33
      def collect[B](f: PartialFunction[A, B]): Rx[B]
      def dropIf[B >: A](f: B => Boolean): Rx[B]
      def keepIf[B >: A](f: B => Boolean): Rx[B]
    fwiw so far I haven't run into much of anything
    it does mean on the UI side your process is more about "how does the UI look with nothing" versus "modeling some empty data so the UI has something"
    from our use of this in anger the former is much easier to work with
    the latter has been the source of lots of painful corner cases popping up as any dev has to make reasonable choices about defaults
    where the problem is now moved to the people that style the app to say "hey this thing that takes some time to get initialized needs to get styled properly before it gets intiialized"
    and in that case if we want we can always supply something in the case where there is no value. i.e. we can supply a default empty view which is MUCH MUCH easier to do since that is the UI person doing that at the point
    instead of what we find one layer affecting the other layer in unpredicted ways
    software isn't in a vacuum
    I am curious to see how this fork works out, happy to post it once I get it working fully
    with this fork we have discussed something where you can take an Rx and supply a default if the Rx is empty
    Glen Marchesani
    @fizzy33
    @OlivierBlanvillain so far it is pretty clean, I have it integrated with the main app
    300K+ lines of code
    and the majority of work was cleaning up cruft and hacks around having "empty" values hanging around the model
    Glen Marchesani
    @fizzy33
    the product will go through QA testing shortly
    Anton Kulaga
    @antonkulaga
    Is this library totally dead? I mean is anybody working on 2.13 & Scalajs 1.1x version?
    Olivier Blanvillain
    @OlivierBlanvillain
    @antonkulaga It's not dead, it's done ;)
    PR welcome for Scala.js 1.x
    Glen Marchesani
    @fizzy33
    lol
    I have a fork I use for my commercial applications
    2.12 and 2.13 and the various scala js versions
    and to be clear this project is far from done for me ;-)
    I have long standing commercial applications committed to it
    Ján Nosál
    @JanNosal
    @OlivierBlanvillain I can't find the info about this, I wonder, is server side rendering possible?
    Olivier Blanvillain
    @OlivierBlanvillain
    @JanNosal Not in the current state, alought looking at what other libraries are doing it might be theoritically possible...