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Exceptions can occur in many places in an RxJava chain but for this specific article we will cover three particular situations:

1) Upstream exceptions

Exceptions coming from upstream (i.e. from the source we are hooking up to) are forwarded to the subscriber’s onError() if present, or wrapped in…

Two things happened recently:

  • My laptop’s battery was draining out too fast.
  • I began learning TypeScript.

I’m using tsc (TypeScript’s compiler) in watch mode which is very convenient to trigger automatic transpilation while developing.

But here’s what happens:

Lately I’m running more and more into an infamous macOS bug whereas the Dock.app somehow hangs leaving the macOS GUI in a semi-stuck state in which, depending on the odds, you might find yourself unable to:

  • Launch Mission Control (either via keyboard or hot corner).
  • Launch any app from the dock (sometimes clicking and holding on a dock icon does bring up the contextual menu though the menu itself doesn’t react to any clicks whatsoever).
  • Launch Spotlight (either via keyboard shortcut or by clicking its icon in the menu bar).
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Marco Romano

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