Blog posts with tag signals
Hey folks! In a recent post about Angular signals and forms, I mentioned some potential issues when using Angular signals with the Reactive Forms API. Today, let's take a deep dive to fully understand this gray area and find some good solutions.
Welcome everyone! Today, we're going to delve into how to use signals with your Angular forms and identify the best strategy to implement them.
In this blog post, we'll take a look at an Angular application I developed that uses Firebase for user authentication with RxJS Observables. We'll refactor the application as we convert from Observables to the Signals API in Angular version 16. Let's dive in!
I built a simple contacts app recently with Angular signals and firebase and discovered that I didn’t actually need to use RxJS at all. The app does everything that a typical CRUD app should do - so this got me thinking - with signals do we even need RxJS anymore?
Let's continue with our Angular Signals introduction by building a simple contacts app.
The Angular team has introduced a set of new reactive primitives in v16 called Signals. In this article, I'm going to introduce you to the concept of Angular Signals and we're going to build up a simple contacts app using signals and material components!