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NgRx Tutorial: Add Router Info to State

NgRx Tutorial: Add Router Info to State

Adding Angular router information to state is very important for NgRx.  Why, though, does it matter if the Url, parameters and query parameters are stored in state?  Good question!  This post aims to answer the question.  I’ll be building upon the code that has...
6 Reasons Why the Go Language Is Growing So Quickly

6 Reasons Why the Go Language Is Growing So Quickly

Go is a programming language that’s less than a decade old. It has rapidly grown in popularity for optimization tasks that require lower level system access. In 2017, it was the fastest growing language in the world, because it can handle many of the same tasks as C...
NgRx Tutorial: Add State to Feature Module

NgRx Tutorial: Add State to Feature Module

Feature modules are Angular modules that group a bunch of components/services, etc. into a module.  This allows us to separate concerns nicely.  Most likely, you’ve dealt with feature modules if you have 1 month experience in Angular.  Since feature modules can...
Angular Reactive Forms Tutorial

Angular Reactive Forms Tutorial

In this blog post we will explore model driven forms using Angular’s FormBuilder, FormGroup and FormControl classes. Angular provides developers two ways to build forms, one uses it’s template syntax (which we explored in my previous post) and the other is this...
NgRx Tutorial:  Accessing State in the Store

NgRx Tutorial: Accessing State in the Store

This post continues my series of NgRx Tutorial posts by showing how to access state in the store by using selectors.  It will complete the circle that started with dispatching an action, then an effect doing asynchronous work and finally the reducer updating state in...

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