Thanks for the feedback.

Apologies if the article gives the impression that ts-action is in any way an alternative to or incompatible with @ngrx/entity. (I’ll review the text to see if I can make this clearer.) It’s not; there is no overlap whatsoever. The two are independent. I mentioned @ngrx/entity as it, too, is primarily about reducing boilerplate and I used plain reducers to avoid introducing additional concepts to readers not yet familiar with @ngrx/entity.

I don’t have any public repos in which their use is demonstrated, but I am working on adding a DevTools integration for rxjs-spy. When it’s done — which should be sometime in the next few weeks — I’ll make it public. I’m using NgRx for the DevTools panel implementation and it uses both @ngrx/entity and ts-action.

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