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Learn Redux in Angular with NgRx Store (version 4)

You will probably agree with me, that angular applications can become quite hard to overlook as they become bigger. Information is passed from parent-components to child-components, @Output goes into @Input, and at the end of the day, nobody knows where the malformed result comes from.

But it doesn't have to be like this. The solution to the problem is called Redux and it's angular implementation ngrx& ngrx store.

Simply put, Redux is a principle of organizing your applications code structure, to keep the state of your application at a central place.

In this tutorial, you will not only learn the details of the Redux architecture, you will also learn, how to implement Redux into your own angular applications.

We will take a close look at reducers, actions and especially state. Doing so, we will create a functional angular application, to show you how to implement ngrx store & Redux step-by-step.

Let's get started!

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