Synchronization of State in Dynamic Angular Components

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In this video, I go through a common trap when dealing with state synchronization in dynamic and nested presentation components when developing Angular apps. The solution is to use reactive inputs which will give you the best of both worlds and make sure you still are keeping the clean smart/dumb component architecture. If you liked the video make sure to comment and subscribe. 🙂


Hello, everyone, this is Christian Lüdemann here and this video is about how to synchronize state in dynamic components. Let’s start by look at a classic setup. We have a page container component which is communicating with a service and that service is able to dynamically create an Angular component and that Angular component is containing a presentation component and the page container component is getting its state from the store, that is, either an NgRx store or other reactive stores.

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