I bet you’ve already heard/read about state management. If not, I bet again that you want your applications to be easier to maintain/extend. Of course, having state management in place doesn’t automagically make the application extensible, but it guides us to have a Separation of Concerns to achieve that. In this article, I’ll explain what State Management is and how to use it in your Angular applications using NGXS.
What is a state
As users, we already are benefitted from the state in different areas. Some examples are:
(This article has been originally published in Angular.Love blog.
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