Chapter 6. Reactive programming in Angular

This chapter covers

  • Handling events as observables
  • Using observables with Angular Router and forms
  • Using observables in HTTP requests
  • Minimizing network load by discarding unwanted HTTP responses

The goal of the first five chapters was to jump-start your application development with Angular. In those chapters, we discussed how to generate a new project from scratch, covering modules, routing, and dependency injection. In this chapter, we’ll show you how Angular supports a reactive style of programming, in which your app reacts on changes either initiated by the user or by asynchronous events like data arriving from a router, form, or server. You’ll learn which Angular APIs support data push and ...

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