Interview Questions

1. What do you understand by observable and observer in Angular?

Observable: An observable is a unique object just like a promise that is used to manage async code. Observables are not part of the JavaScript language so the developers have to rely on a popular Observable library called RxJS. The observables are created using the new keyword.

See a simple example of observable to understand it better:

import { Observable } from 'rxjs';  

const observable = new Observable(observer => {  

  setTimeout(() => {  

    observer.next('This is a message from Observable!');  

  }, 1000);  

});

Observer: Any object that has to be notified when the state of another object changes is called an observer. An observer is an interface for push-based notifications delivered by an Observable.

See the structure of an observer:

interface Observer<T> {  

  closed?: boolean;  

  next: (value: T) => void;  

  error: (err: any) => void;  

  complete: () => void;  

 

The handler that implements the observer interface for receiving observable notifications is passed as a parameter for observable as follows:

myObservable.subscribe(myObserver);  


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