Reactive Component State for Angular
RxState is a light-weight, flexible, strongly typed and tested tool dedicated to reduce the complexity of managing component state in angular.
Developing modern, reactive user interfaces imposes a variety of challenging tasks. Naming some of those:
- reacting to events from different sources
- transforming and composing state
- handling state lifetime
- handling subscriptions
There are plenty of solutions available for managing these challenges on a global level (Akita, NgRx, NgXs, ...). None of them is dedicated targeting the special needs of the component level.
@rx-angular/state was specifically designed to give developers a tool for mastering component state without forcing
them to use complex design patterns.
It's light-weight and intuitive API and the automatic subscription handling making
the perfect fit for handling state in any angular component.
Using this library allows you to implement things like:
- merge global into local state
- shared state selections
- subscription-less interaction
- hook into imperative functions (e.g. component lifecycle or HostBindings)
with very little effort in any component.
- Slim and intuitive API
- Automated subscription handling
- Intuitive way for handling ViewModels
- Connect any Observable source to the state
- Partial state updates
- Reactive state selection
- Lazy state (no BehaviourSubject)
- Foundation for zone-less Angular applications
npm install @rx-angular/state
- Logic comparison - Increment a Value
- Loading state and data fetching
- Passing Observables directly
- How to run partial state updates
- Get nested state slices
- Deriving simple state
- Composing state using NgRx selectors
- Manage entities using NgRx entity adapter
- BehaviorSubject vs RxState
- Managing ViewModels with selectSlice
- Manage reactive HostBindings
- Difference between Global and Local state
- Using RxState as Global State