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Angular and the Case for RxJS: CodeMash

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CodeMash 2020 | Angular and the Case for RxJS | Sandi Barr

What you'll learn

When choosing Angular to build a front end application, it can seem like RxJS is just one more thing to learn without an easy way to transition from another framework. However, RxJS is efficient and expressive. RxJs declares relationships between entities describing the what, not the how. The basic sequence operators are likely familiar from using them in array chains. RxJS is a core part of the Angular framework used in everything from Reactive Forms to the HTTP module. Harnessing observables with Angular’s async pipe is essential to building clean and concise components. Developers can overcome the RxJS learning curve by focusing on core concepts like hot vs. cold observables, piping operations, and a few of the most common operators. Join Sandi Barr to learn more.

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Angular and the Case for RxJS

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CodeMash is a unique event that educates developers on current practices, methodologies and technology trends in variety of platforms and development languages such as Java, .NET, Ruby and PHP. Held every January at the lush Kalahari Resort in Sandusky, Ohio, attendees will be able to attend a world-class technical conference amid Ohio’s largest indoor waterpark. Nobody will frown if you show up in shorts, sandals, and your loudest t-shirt. You might even win a prize for doing so. It’s not just ... more

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