RxJS with Angular
On today’s episode, Charles Max Wood, Alyssa Nicoll, John Papa, and Ward Bell talk about RxJS with Angular. Tune it to learn how to use RxJS directly as an Angular developer rather than inside some library.
Experience with RxJS
There are many parts of Angular that are independent on Observables as implemented in RxJS. Examples of these are router and HTP module, which are plug-ins for a core Angular.
Using Observables for Developing
At some point, using Observables has to be confronted because HTP is necessary for developing. As an Angular developer, you'd probably first ask yourself if you really have to learn all those that concerns Observables, considering that you don't have enough time for it. As an alternative, you take the result of an HTP and turn into a Promise.
The good news is that when you're burdened to learn more concepts while studying in one area, you can lay those aside and just come back to them when needed. Whenever you encounter it, you can just turn it into Promise and continue. But there's this feeling of missing something.
Importing in Angular World
You don't actually have to use Observables unless you want to consume the result of an HTP call. You get into Promise, and you can also dot subscribe. You don't necessarily have to import anything. Simply replace the word with subscribe and go on.
Later on, you'll discover that you've installed the RxJS world as part of your packages. It's already there waiting for you.
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If you’re short on time, here are the highlights of RxJS with Angular:
Experience with RxJS? (2:00)
Using Observables for Developing? (4:35)
Importing in Angular World? (9:26)
RxJS as collections of extensions? (16:48)
Dealing with Observables? (18:31)
What does the discussion buy you? (26:27)
Where Observable shines? (27:34)