Reactive Programming

Is a programming paradigm orientated around data flows and propagation of change.

For example:
In imperative programming, a = b + c (that is a is being assigned b + c)
However later on b or c could change with no effect on value of a.

In reactive programming the value of a would automatically propagate and change.

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