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

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Whats your opinion about using this method in a complex application that doesn't use any state management at all yet (due to lack of initial planning), but our team would like to change this in the future regarding modules one by one starting with the most complex one. Is it a good idea to go with this one, or would it be better idea to go with ngrx because of the complexity?

 

Depends on the scale, if you have a big app with a lot of components than need to share state, and a lot of moving parts, i strongly suggest ngrx, i used this method (the one described in the article) to build several libraries that have internal state, and it works very well, so no need to use ngrx in component libs.

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