Actions in the Redux paradigm are the initiators of the one-way dataflow process for state management. Once an action is triggered, or rather dispatched, the process is kicked off for new state to be composed - which is typically composed by the payload we sent through our dispatched action. What we want to learn is how to properly create, structure, and use actions to our full advantage with NGRX Store and TypeScript.
Forms are critical to any modern front-end application, and they're a feature that we use every day, even if we don't realize it. Forms are required for securely logging in a user to the app, searching for all the available hotels in a particular city, booking a cab, building a to-do list, and doing tons of other things that we are used to. Some forms have just a couple of input fields, whereas other forms could have an array of fields that stretch to a couple of pages or tabs.
In this article, we will learn the steps to setup Angular 5 with .NET Core 2 in Visual Studio 2017 for development and deployment.