Is Angular 4 ready for prime time? Is it easy enough for developers to work with? In this post, we look at the reasons as to why the answer to both questions is yes.
It’s almost certain that you’ve encountered AngularJS on the web somewhere, even if you weren’t aware of it at the time. Here are just a few sites using Angular: Upwork.com, Freelancer.com, Udemy.com and Youtube.com. Any of those look familiar? If so, it’s because AngularJS is taking over the Internet. There’s a good reason for that: Angular- and other React-style frameworks make for a better user and developer experience on a site.
Over the last month or so, Dave Bush, the author of this article, has been presenting the basics of how to use NgRX/Store with Angular. In the past, he's praised the virtues of Reactive Forms, also known as Model Driven Forms. These along with RxJS make up the pillars of Functional Reactive Angular Programming.