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Architecting Angular Applications with Redux, RxJS, and Ngrx : Learn to Build Redux Style High-Performing Applications with Angular 6, (electronic book)

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Architecting Angular Applications with Redux, RxJS, and Ngrx : Learn to Build Redux Style High-Performing Applications with Angular 6
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Architecting Angular Applications with Redux, RxJS, and Ngrx
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Learn to Build Redux Style High-Performing Applications with Angular 6
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Managing the state of large-scale web applications is a highly challenging task with the need to align different components, backends, and web workers harmoniously. When it comes to Angular, you can use NgRx, which combines the simplicity of Redux with the reactive programming power of RxJS to build your application architecture, making your ..
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Noring, Christoffer
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QA76.6 .N675 2018
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Architecting Angular Applications with Redux, RxJS, and Ngrx : Learn to Build Redux Style High-Performing Applications with Angular 6, (electronic book)
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Contents
  • Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright and Credits -- Packt Upsell -- Foreword -- Contributors -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Chapter 1: Quick Look Back at Data Services for Simple Apps -- Model-View-Controller - the pattern we all know -- Cohesion and coupling - establishing a common language -- Explaining the components of MVC -- The model -- The view -- The controller -- Interactions - the behavior between the components -- MVC summary -- An MVC flow in Angular -- The model -- The component - a controller and a building block -- First responder to a route -- Used as a building block -- Components from an architectural standpoint -- NgModule - our new facade (and some other bits) -- Using ES2015 modules -- Consuming a module -- An Angular example -- Multiple exports -- The default import/export -- Renaming imports -- The service -- Service without dependencies -- Service with dependencies -- Dependency Injection -- Dependency Injection in Angular using providers -- Overriding an existing construct -- Overriding at runtime -- Overriding constants -- Resolving your dependencies with @Injectable -- Fetching and persisting data with HTTP - introducing services with Observables -- Fetching data with the HTTP service -- Summary -- Chapter 2: 1.21 Gigawatt - Flux Pattern Explained -- Core concepts overview -- A uniform data flow -- Action - capture the intent -- Dispatcher - the spider in the web -- Listening to the dispatcher -- The store - managing state, data retrieval, and callbacks -- The view -- Demoing a uniform data flow -- Creating a selection view -- Adding the dispatcher -- Adding the store -- Adding a selected view -- Running the demo -- Adding more actions to our flow -- Cleaning up the view -- Cleaning up the store -- Adding EventEmitter -- Adding to and cleaning up the register method -- Further improvements -- Adding immutability
  • Summarizing -- Adding AJAX calls -- An even bigger solution -- Summary -- Chapter 3: Asynchronous Programming -- The callback pattern -- The callback pattern on the web -- The callback pattern in Node.js -- Problems with structuring async code - callback hell -- Promises -- Thenables -- Handling rejected promises -- Chaining - dealing with several promises -- Asynchronous libraries -- Async library -- async.map() -- async.parallel() -- async.series() -- Async/await -- Summary -- Chapter 4: Functional Reactive Programming -- Functional programming versus imperative programming -- Imperative programming versus declarative programming -- First-class higher-order functions -- Pure functions -- Recursion -- No more loops -- Reoccurring pattern -- Summarise -- Count -- Width -- Asynchronous data streams -- Comparing lists to async streams - preparing for RxJS -- Combining the functional programming paradigm with streams -- Projection -- Filtering -- Combining mindsets -- Summary -- Chapter 5: RxJS Basics -- Observer pattern -- RxJS core concepts -- Observable and Observer -- Producer -- Observable error and completion -- Operator -- Creating Observables -- Creation operators -- of() -- interval() -- from() -- fromEvent() -- bindCallback() -- Cleanup -- Subscriptions -- Creating a core implementation of RxJS -- Implementing create() -- Handling subscriptions -- Adding operators -- Revisiting the basics, adding errors, and complete -- Summary -- Chapter 6: Manipulating Streams and Their Values -- Starting out -- Understanding operators -- Stream in a stream -- AJAX -- fetch() -- ajax() operator -- Cascading calls -- A deeper look -- Creation operators -- of() operator -- from() operator -- range() operator -- fromEvent() operator -- Combination -- merge() operator -- combineLatest() -- zip() -- concat() -- Mathematical -- max -- min -- sum -- Time
  • interval() operator -- timer() operator -- delay() operator -- sampleTime() operator -- debounceTime() operator -- Grouping -- buffer() operator -- bufferTime() operator -- Thinking in streams -- Summary -- Chapter 7: RxJS Advanced -- Hot, cold, and warm Observables -- Making a stream hot -- Warm streams -- Subjects -- Using Subject for cascading lists -- BehaviorSubject -- ReplaySubject -- AsyncSubject -- Error handling -- Catch and continue -- Ignoring the error -- Retry -- Advanced Retry -- Marble testing -- Set up -- Writing your first marble test -- Fleshing out with more tests -- Pipeable operators -- Creating reusable operators with let() -- Shifting to pipeable operators -- Summary -- Chapter 8: Redux -- Principles -- Single source of truth -- Read-only states -- Changing states with pure functions -- Core concepts -- Immutability patterns -- Changing a list -- Changing an object -- Using reducers -- Merging all reducers together -- Data flow -- Creating the action -- Creating a controller class - create-view.js -- Creating a store implementation -- Testing out our store -- Cleaning up the implementation -- Creating our second controller class - list-view.js -- Adding subscription capability to our store -- Creating a program -- Setting up our environment -- Creating the missing files and running our program -- Dealing with asynchronous calls -- Creating a demo with Redux and asynchronous -- Best practices -- Summary -- Chapter 9: NgRx - Reduxing that Angular App -- NgRx overview -- A word on state management -- @ngrx/store - state management -- A more complex example - a list -- Best practices -- A cleanup example -- Create a dedicated directory and feature module -- Add reducer and constants -- Moving the component to our jedi directory -- Registering our reducer with the store -- Leveraging types and feature modules
  • Going from forRoot() to forFeature() -- Setting up forFeature() from string to selection function -- Introducing NgRx types for setting up the state -- Giving forFeature() a type -- Several states in the same feature module -- Adding the counter-list reducer -- Adding the component -- Adding the constants -- Adding the action methods -- Adding the model -- Register our reducers -- Component architecture -- @ngrx/store-devtools - debugging -- @ngrx/effects - working with side effects -- Installing and setting it up -- Creating our first effect - a realistic scenario -- Creating our constants -- Action creators -- Reducer with a new type of default state -- The effect - listening to a specific dispatched action -- Adding a component - introducing selectors -- Extending our example with the create effect -- Updating the constants file -- Updating the reducer -- Additional actions -- Adding another effect -- Supporting the effect in our component -- Running a demo of the app -- Summary -- Chapter 10: NgRx - In Depth -- @ngrx/entity -- Setting it up -- Selecting our data -- Adding the full CRUD -- Creating users -- Updating users -- Deleting users -- @ngrx/router-store -- Installation and set up -- Investigating the router state -- Custom serialization -- Navigating through dispatch -- Understanding NgRx - building our own micro implementation -- Adding a store -- Merging the states in a better way -- Implementing a reducer and integrating it with the store -- Dealing with slices of state -- Handling side effects -- @ngrx/schematics -- Setting it up -- Generating constructs -- Generating actions -- Generating a container -- Generating an effect -- Generating an entity -- Generating a feature -- Generating a reducer -- Generating a store -- Summary -- Other Books You May Enjoy -- Index
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1st ed.
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1 online resource (355 pages)
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9781787121751
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Architecting Angular Applications with Redux, RxJS, and Ngrx : Learn to Build Redux Style High-Performing Applications with Angular 6, (electronic book)
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Copyright
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online resource
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cr
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Contents
  • Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright and Credits -- Packt Upsell -- Foreword -- Contributors -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Chapter 1: Quick Look Back at Data Services for Simple Apps -- Model-View-Controller - the pattern we all know -- Cohesion and coupling - establishing a common language -- Explaining the components of MVC -- The model -- The view -- The controller -- Interactions - the behavior between the components -- MVC summary -- An MVC flow in Angular -- The model -- The component - a controller and a building block -- First responder to a route -- Used as a building block -- Components from an architectural standpoint -- NgModule - our new facade (and some other bits) -- Using ES2015 modules -- Consuming a module -- An Angular example -- Multiple exports -- The default import/export -- Renaming imports -- The service -- Service without dependencies -- Service with dependencies -- Dependency Injection -- Dependency Injection in Angular using providers -- Overriding an existing construct -- Overriding at runtime -- Overriding constants -- Resolving your dependencies with @Injectable -- Fetching and persisting data with HTTP - introducing services with Observables -- Fetching data with the HTTP service -- Summary -- Chapter 2: 1.21 Gigawatt - Flux Pattern Explained -- Core concepts overview -- A uniform data flow -- Action - capture the intent -- Dispatcher - the spider in the web -- Listening to the dispatcher -- The store - managing state, data retrieval, and callbacks -- The view -- Demoing a uniform data flow -- Creating a selection view -- Adding the dispatcher -- Adding the store -- Adding a selected view -- Running the demo -- Adding more actions to our flow -- Cleaning up the view -- Cleaning up the store -- Adding EventEmitter -- Adding to and cleaning up the register method -- Further improvements -- Adding immutability
  • Summarizing -- Adding AJAX calls -- An even bigger solution -- Summary -- Chapter 3: Asynchronous Programming -- The callback pattern -- The callback pattern on the web -- The callback pattern in Node.js -- Problems with structuring async code - callback hell -- Promises -- Thenables -- Handling rejected promises -- Chaining - dealing with several promises -- Asynchronous libraries -- Async library -- async.map() -- async.parallel() -- async.series() -- Async/await -- Summary -- Chapter 4: Functional Reactive Programming -- Functional programming versus imperative programming -- Imperative programming versus declarative programming -- First-class higher-order functions -- Pure functions -- Recursion -- No more loops -- Reoccurring pattern -- Summarise -- Count -- Width -- Asynchronous data streams -- Comparing lists to async streams - preparing for RxJS -- Combining the functional programming paradigm with streams -- Projection -- Filtering -- Combining mindsets -- Summary -- Chapter 5: RxJS Basics -- Observer pattern -- RxJS core concepts -- Observable and Observer -- Producer -- Observable error and completion -- Operator -- Creating Observables -- Creation operators -- of() -- interval() -- from() -- fromEvent() -- bindCallback() -- Cleanup -- Subscriptions -- Creating a core implementation of RxJS -- Implementing create() -- Handling subscriptions -- Adding operators -- Revisiting the basics, adding errors, and complete -- Summary -- Chapter 6: Manipulating Streams and Their Values -- Starting out -- Understanding operators -- Stream in a stream -- AJAX -- fetch() -- ajax() operator -- Cascading calls -- A deeper look -- Creation operators -- of() operator -- from() operator -- range() operator -- fromEvent() operator -- Combination -- merge() operator -- combineLatest() -- zip() -- concat() -- Mathematical -- max -- min -- sum -- Time
  • interval() operator -- timer() operator -- delay() operator -- sampleTime() operator -- debounceTime() operator -- Grouping -- buffer() operator -- bufferTime() operator -- Thinking in streams -- Summary -- Chapter 7: RxJS Advanced -- Hot, cold, and warm Observables -- Making a stream hot -- Warm streams -- Subjects -- Using Subject for cascading lists -- BehaviorSubject -- ReplaySubject -- AsyncSubject -- Error handling -- Catch and continue -- Ignoring the error -- Retry -- Advanced Retry -- Marble testing -- Set up -- Writing your first marble test -- Fleshing out with more tests -- Pipeable operators -- Creating reusable operators with let() -- Shifting to pipeable operators -- Summary -- Chapter 8: Redux -- Principles -- Single source of truth -- Read-only states -- Changing states with pure functions -- Core concepts -- Immutability patterns -- Changing a list -- Changing an object -- Using reducers -- Merging all reducers together -- Data flow -- Creating the action -- Creating a controller class - create-view.js -- Creating a store implementation -- Testing out our store -- Cleaning up the implementation -- Creating our second controller class - list-view.js -- Adding subscription capability to our store -- Creating a program -- Setting up our environment -- Creating the missing files and running our program -- Dealing with asynchronous calls -- Creating a demo with Redux and asynchronous -- Best practices -- Summary -- Chapter 9: NgRx - Reduxing that Angular App -- NgRx overview -- A word on state management -- @ngrx/store - state management -- A more complex example - a list -- Best practices -- A cleanup example -- Create a dedicated directory and feature module -- Add reducer and constants -- Moving the component to our jedi directory -- Registering our reducer with the store -- Leveraging types and feature modules
  • Going from forRoot() to forFeature() -- Setting up forFeature() from string to selection function -- Introducing NgRx types for setting up the state -- Giving forFeature() a type -- Several states in the same feature module -- Adding the counter-list reducer -- Adding the component -- Adding the constants -- Adding the action methods -- Adding the model -- Register our reducers -- Component architecture -- @ngrx/store-devtools - debugging -- @ngrx/effects - working with side effects -- Installing and setting it up -- Creating our first effect - a realistic scenario -- Creating our constants -- Action creators -- Reducer with a new type of default state -- The effect - listening to a specific dispatched action -- Adding a component - introducing selectors -- Extending our example with the create effect -- Updating the constants file -- Updating the reducer -- Additional actions -- Adding another effect -- Supporting the effect in our component -- Running a demo of the app -- Summary -- Chapter 10: NgRx - In Depth -- @ngrx/entity -- Setting it up -- Selecting our data -- Adding the full CRUD -- Creating users -- Updating users -- Deleting users -- @ngrx/router-store -- Installation and set up -- Investigating the router state -- Custom serialization -- Navigating through dispatch -- Understanding NgRx - building our own micro implementation -- Adding a store -- Merging the states in a better way -- Implementing a reducer and integrating it with the store -- Dealing with slices of state -- Handling side effects -- @ngrx/schematics -- Setting it up -- Generating constructs -- Generating actions -- Generating a container -- Generating an effect -- Generating an entity -- Generating a feature -- Generating a reducer -- Generating a store -- Summary -- Other Books You May Enjoy -- Index
Control code
EBC5332128
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unknown
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
1 online resource (355 pages)
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online
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9781787121751
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(ebk)
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computer
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rdamedia
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c
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Electronic resource.
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