Change detection is the mechanism responsible for data binding in Angular. Thanks to it you don’t need to manually manipulate the DOM tree. Instead, you can make changes to the model and they are automatically reflected in the view.
In the previous post about Angular and RxJS we discussed the AsyncPipe and how it can be used to consume Observables in Angular templates. This time we will focus on the essence of functional-reactive programming. Let's see how we can reinvent the way we look at how data flows in our program.
Hangfire is a great tool which can help you with doing background processing in .NET web applications. It’s great for tasks such as background import or asynchronous processing of some events or requests.
This week instead of a regular article I’ve decided to post a video recording of the talk I gave last week on Angular Warsaw meetup #14.
It's time to see a practical application of immutability. You will now learn about Redux - an amazing concept which will change how you think about building applications.
In previous posts we've discussed how to deal with arrays in a functional way. We've learned about an important concept in Functional Programming: higher order functions. Let's now tackle another very important concept: immutability.