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NgRx Effects: A Case for Returning a No-Op Action

NgRx Effects: A Case for Returning a No-Op Action

When you write an NgRx effect, it is important to keep in mind this principle: You must always return an action. This article doesn’t apply to effects that specify @Effect({dispatch:false}). In that case, you will not return an action at all. You might be wondering...
NgRx Tutorial Series

NgRx Tutorial Series

NgRx (Reactive Extensions for Angular) is becoming increasingly popular in the Angular community.  It is a great way to manage state using the redux pattern and keep your application scalable.  This series, by Intertech developer Rich Franzmeier, is for beginners and...

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