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Tackling State – Angular

So let’s start with that.Our application’s state is just a array of todos and a filter defining which todos to display.ActionsOur application will support the following three actions: AddTodoAction, ToggleTodoAction, and SetVisibilityFilter.The type Action, which is a union of the three…
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RxJS: Observables, observers and operators introduction

When the input’s event listener fires, the Observable passes the value to the observer.When an Observable produces values, it then informs the observer, calling when a new value was successfully captured and when an error occurs.As we’ve…

Cold vs Hot Observables by thoughtram

What we rather want is that new subscribers see exactly the old values that were already emitted earlier. It's because the subscription to the underlying source is only made once that we have a first subscriber to the ConnectableObservable…

Tackling State – Angular 2

Most user interactions emit actions. We add a root component combining different parts into our application. We got to the most interesting part - implementing the view layer. The only way to update the application state is to emit an…

Built-in Pipes in Angular 2 ← Alligator.io

The third possible is a string in the format of the decimal pipe to format the number. The optional argument is a string in the Decimal pipe format. The Json pipe is useful for debugging and displays an object as a Json string. You can use…

Tackling State — Angular 2

Most user interactions emit actions. We add a root component combining different parts into our application. We got to the most interesting part - implementing the view layer. The only way to update the application state is to emit an…

Angular 2 Services HTTP

We will learn how to use the HTTP module and Observables to build service layers in Angular 2. For building the service layer in Angular 2 we have many options available. You will be comfortable building service layers in Angular 2 using…

Cold vs Hot Observables

What we rather want is that new subscribers see exactly the old values that were already emitted earlier. It's because the subscription to the underlying source is only made once that we have a first subscriber to the ConnectableObservable…