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E034 - State Management pt. 6 - State Management Is Hard

E034 - State Management pt. 6 - State Management Is Hard

Update: 2020-10-07
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State management is hard. Why? First, some engineers may not consider the state of their apps. This can lead to apps that are buggy, difficult to test, and often face regressions when attempting to fix issues. Second, if you're managing control flow and state in your application, state in some applications can be complex and fast-moving. Determining what solution to use, whether to build your own solution or to grab an existing off-the-shelf solution can be a difficult decision. Third, state management libraries can be difficult to learn. Entire courses are devoted to managing state in Angular applications, whether you choose NgRx, NGXS, Akita, MobX, Redux-Observables, etc.

We get that. Why? We've seen a thing or two. In this episode, panelists Jennifer Wadella, Aaron Frost, & Brian Love share some of their own struggles with state management, decisions that went awry, and some horror stories that they've lived through. Then, Brian sits down with Mike Ryan, core team member for NgRx, and Google Developer Expert in Angular. Mike shares with us some stories and some key takeaways for managing state, control flow, and code volume in your Angular application using NgRx.

And that's a wrap! We hope you've enjoyed our 6-part series on State Management in Angular.

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E034 - State Management pt. 6 - State Management Is Hard

E034 - State Management pt. 6 - State Management Is Hard

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