Workshop 4h | 
Angular Days 2022 Berlin
 | 20.10.2022

@ngrx/store: Advanced Store-Architekturen unter der Lupe

Store-Architekturen (Flux, Redux etc.) sind in aller Munde bei Frontend-Entwicklern, auch bei Angular Devs. In dieser Session machen wir uns vertraut mit den Konzepten, die hinter @ngrx/store stecken. Zusammen entwickeln wir ein Modul, dass die Überlegungen, die in eine store Architektur fließen aufzeigen soll. Auch der @ngrx/component-store, der hier nicht fehlen sollte, wird seine Verwendung finden.

Darüber hinaus, teilt Yannick seine Erfahrungen aus mehreren Projekten und illustriert dabei gute Praktiken und die Denkweise, die mit dem Konzept einhergehen. Genauso werden viele Fallstricke und Fehler die im Konflikt mit der Idee des Stores stehen beleuchtet.

Yannick Baron is architecture consultant at Thinktecture and focuses on Angular and RxJS.

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Angular Days 2022 Berlin
17.10.22  
- 20.10.22 
@ Berlin
 (DE)
@ngrx/store: Advanced Store-Architekturen unter der Lupe

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