Keeping state in Angular apps

  • Abstract

    As your Angular application grows you’ll need to keep track of your data across different components, as data changes each component must reflect that change as needed.

  • There are many patterns and libraries you can use to keep your data in sync across components and devices.
  • Presentation Overview

    As your Angular application grows you’ll need to keep track of your data across different components, as data changes each component must reflect that change as needed.

  • There are many patterns and libraries you can use to keep your data in sync across components and devices.
  • Over the past two years he has been the Head of Product and Technology at Dolist, which is a intelligent productivity app that predicts what is the most important task you should be focusing on.

This event is co-hosted with the Tri Angular JS meetup.
Abstract As your Angular application grows you’ll need to keep track of your data across different

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This event is co-hosted with the Tri Angular JS meetup.

Abstract

As your Angular application grows you’ll need to keep track of your data across different components, as data changes each component must reflect that change as needed. There are many patterns and libraries you can use to keep your data in sync across components and devices. RXJS, Observables, Redux, Providers, Services, and Websockets are a few. For this presentation I reviewed a number of different methods and will share my findings during the talk.

Presentation Overview

As your Angular application grows you’ll need to keep track of your data across different components, as data changes each component must reflect that change as needed. There are many patterns and libraries you can use to keep your data in sync across components and devices. RXJS, Observables, Redux, Providers, Services, and Websockets are a few. For this presentation I reviewed a number of different methods and will share my findings during the talk.

About the Speaker

Scott Wittrock has over five years of software development experience. While at Lumi Technologies he was the product owner for a conference application and worked on an initiative to develop an API that would allow third parties to run live polls and votes in their applications. Over the past two years he has been the Head of Product and Technology at Dolist, which is a intelligent productivity app that predicts what is the most important task you should be focusing on. Dolist is built using Angular2, Ionic2, and Firebase. He recently joined the product team at Ipreo, where he is leading a team of developers working on Ipreo’s suite of mobile apps.

Keeping state in Angular apps

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