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re: Simple state management in Angular with only Services and RxJS VIEW POST

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As a few others have pointed out, this is basically Akita. Akita gives you all the basic crud methods you need to start managing either an array of entities (todos) or a single entity, but with none of the boilerplate required by ngrx or ngxs. There's almost no setup, and in addition to getting a rxjs-based approach to state management, you also get all the other bells and whistles, like action tracking with the redux dev tools, time travelling, action tracing, etc. I started out with rxjs stores, and then tried ngrx, ngxs, went back to rxjs stores, then finally found akita, and I see no reason to ever not use it-

github.com/datorama/akita

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