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Published : Oct 27, 2021
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Oct 2021
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State management in React applications has been a recurring topic in the Radar, and we've recently clarified our position on Redux, a popular framework in this space. NgRx is, in essence, Redux for Angular. It's a framework for building reactive applications with Angular, providing ways to manage state and to isolate side effects. Our teams report that picking up NgRx was straightforward, not the least because it is built with RxJS, and they highlight a trade-off similar to the one we know from Redux: adding reactive state management comes with added complexity that only pays off in larger applications. The developer experience is enhanced by schematics, a scaffolding library and a set of tools that enable visual tracking of state and time-travel debugging.

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