State is the front-end data that gets rendered by your single page web app. This course introduces you to Redux, then shows you how to take an existing Angular 2 app and adapt it to use Redux for application state management.
Have you ever run into issues where your Angular 2 application gets into a broken state and you end up spending hours to track down the issue? If so, Using Redux to Manage State in Angular is the perfect course for you. You'll be able to develop Angular 2 apps while ensuring that the state that your views bind to is predictable and easy to troubleshoot. First, you'll learn the core principles of Redux without using Angular. Next, you'll see how to move the state management of an existing Angular app over to Redux, using a library called ng2-redux and rxjs. Finally, you'll see how you can safeguard your application state against unwanted changes and how easily you can test your state logic when you use Redux. When you're finished with this course, you'll not only be able to use Redux to manage the state of your Angular 2 application, but also be able to use the concepts introduced to tackle any single page web app project with confidence.
Course Overview Hi everyone, my name is Henrik Swanepoel, and welcome to my course on using Redux to manage state in Angular 2. I'm a software architect at 22seven, a Fintech company in Cape town, South Africa, where part of my role is to build challenging, stateful frontings for our customers. Incorrect application state is one of the hardest, if not the hardest of all, problems to solve in building single page web apps. This course is a quick introduction on how to use Redux to manage your application state in an Angular 2 application. Some of the major topics that we'll cover include: The basic principles of Redux, in other words, how does it work? Using ng-redux to integrate Redux into your Angular 2 app. Harnessing the power of immutability to safeguard your app's state. By the end of this course, you'll know the basics of Redux, and how to integrate it into your Angular 2 app. Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with Angular 2 and Typescript. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn how to manage your app's state. With the Using Redux To Manage State in Angular 2 course at Pluralsight.