Thursday, 15 June, 2017 UTC


Angular allows us to conveniently use the `async` pipe to automatically register to RxJS observables and render the result into the template once the request succeeds. This has some drawbacks, especially if we want to bind the same data in multiple parts of the template. In this lesson we will learn how we can leverage the `async` pipe and the `as` keyword introduced in Angular version 4.0.0 to circumvent such drawbacks.