Do you have trouble following how your application changes data? Do you have complex Angular component hierarchies with large data models at the roots to push down to nested components? Learn how the NgRx library can be used to allow Angular to do better application state management and reason about how your application modifies state. Learn about the flux pattern popularized by React and NgRx can be used to implement it in your application.
Eric McVicker is a veteran within the industry. Starting out writing C++ desktop apps and backend services. He has worked in all variations of web development from using an ActiveX control on web pages to have rich functionality and reuse those C++ apps to all forms of dynamic html applications using classic ASP, Asp.Net with web forms and MVC to pure client with libraries such as JQuery and Angular. He has great enthusiasm for the state and pace of modern web development and loves to work on client side just as much as server side. When not working on great software for clients, you can find him at local improv theaters performing improv and musical improv. You can contact him at [masked].