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Angular has a lot of features, but the one that grabs the most attention is the way that changes propagate through the application so that filling in a form field or clicking a button causes immediate updates to the application state. But there are limitations to the changes that Angular can detect, and some features require working directly with the library that Angular uses to distribute updates throughout an application. This library is called Reactive Extensions, also known as RxJS.
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