re: Why I chose Akita over NgRx VIEW POST

re: Hey @joao , I have been working with Angular+NGRX for the last 2.5 years. I think the strongest part of ngrx is the actions. Once we done with one ...

IMHO NgRx would really benefit from a Akita-like solution that transforms a service into methods in actions+reducers. For a larger project, actions+reducers start multiplying like there's no tomorrow.

There are pet peeves of mine I didn't mention, like the need to declare the reducers in StoreModule (when Angular has builtin Dependency Injection), weird AOT issues when dealing with different libraries, such as ngrx-forms + ngrx-actions.

I would still recommend NgRx to a team that's familiar with React, though.

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