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  • Alexander Ziskind

Do you manage your application state using the Flux pattern (now better knows as Redux, I supposed)? Well you should check it out since it will make your application state handling life much easier. @ngrx is a Redux inspired set of libraries for Angular. You’ll find exactly the same concepts used in @ngrx as you did in Redux: actions, reducers, and a single store. The difference here is that @ngrx is build on top of RxJS, so at the heart of the @ngrx store are observables. The @ngrx with NativeScript course on NativeScripting.com was just updated to the latest versions of everything! It’s a gentle introduction to using @ngrx in a NativeScript with Angular application.

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  • Alexander Ziskind

If you have used the Redux pattern for your application store before, you know how powerful the concept is. @ngrx is a Redux inspired set of libraries for Angular. You’ll find exactly the same concepts used in @ngrx as you did in Redux: actions, reducers, and a single store. The difference here is that @ngrx is build on top of RxJS, so at the heart of the @ngrx store are observables. The new course on NativeScripting.com was just launched and it’s a gentle introduction to using @ngrx in a NativeScript with Angular application.

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  • Alexander Ziskind
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What’s a FAB? This is a Floating Action Button that has been popularized by the Material Design paradigm. It’s a button that hovers over your content and provides a quickly accessible single function, and it’s no longer only for Android apps. Many iOS apps now include the FAB as well.

In this NativeScript with Angular tutorial I will show you how to create a FAB with only JavaScript and CSS, without any third party libraries. This is a cross platform approach that will work for iOS and Android. There is a four part video playlist included for those that want to watch as I build the FAB from scratch.

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