Wednesday, January 24, 2018 at 6:30:00 PM Sprint Accelerator 210 W 19 Terrace, Kansas City, MO

So you wanna do Redux?

So you've built an application in Angular using the CLI and the complexity just seems to keep growing. How do I manage the state of the application and reduce the complexity? I've heard about Redux and the NGRX library, but where to I even begin? We will be deep diving into a real production application, looking at the challenges presented, and then going step by step through the conversion process. We will be creating actions, reducers, effects, and selectors while refactoring the existing code. By the end of this process you will have learned how to identify areas for redux, how to plan for a redux conversion, and how to successfully convert existing code over quickly and easily to NGRX. What's happening:
- Jesse Sanders, CEO and founder of Briebug in Denver will be presenting a talk about Redux design patterns.

Resources by this speaker include:
- Redux State Modeling @ Angular Mix: https://youtu.be/pffEkpuZpPo
- Briebug Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChGk7LxRkAvabubVS6LW8tw

Afterwards, Teksystems is buying our first round and putting on a spread at a pub just down the street. Anyone up for darts? Map soon to come.

The door is around back. You'll see an Angular sign with instructions to press a button. Press that button and someone will let you in. Click here for event

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