Using replay, replayLast, and replayLazily operators on an infinite signal leads to memory leaks if you're not careful. Be sure to clean up after yourself.
Differences between ReactiveCocoa 2 to ReactiveCocoa 4 – what you need to know.
An example of how to use ReactiveCocoa's map and concat operators to serialize a sequence of asynchronous operations.
An example of how ReactiveCocoa can be used to turn any task into a background task using a RACSignal that calls endBackgroundTask: when disposed of.
Using RACChannel and RACChannelTerminal to execute bi-directional data binding in ReactiveCocoa for Objective-C.
Using ReactiveCocoa to create an interface to an asynchronous iOS framework or library.
Combining iOS's CoreLocation framework and the EDSunriseSet cocoa-pod to obtain local sunrise and sunset times.
A simple method of testing for iOS retain cycles / memory leaks in an automated test suite using Objective-C.
One of my favorite ReactiveCocoa operators is flattenMap, and there are a two times I leverage it: incremental loading and mapping bad values to errors
Using the timeout:onScheduler operator in ReactiveCocoa to manage asynchronous, potentially long-running work.
How to easily chain asynchronous operations in iOS using ReactiveCocoa.
A comparison of ReactiveCocoa's replay, replayLast, and replayLazily convenience methods.