Well… okay, just don’t unsubscribe quite so much.
I’m often enlisted to help someone debug an issue with their RxJS code or figure out how to structure an app that is composing a lot of async with RxJS. When doing so, I generally see the same thing pop up over…
And what about things like asynchronous call handling, general forms handling or app state handling in React and Angular?
You see, that is my problem with all these comparison articles: They only scratch the surface. And most of the times people don’t like to go deeper, because… well, it gets bad.