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How can Angular fix the issue whereby the HTTP get request loop produces jumbled data?

asked 2021-09-14 11:00:00 +0000

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answered 2021-04-18 20:00:00 +0000

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There are a few ways to fix the issue whereby the HTTP get request loop produces jumbled data in Angular:

  1. Using RxJS operators: Angular uses RxJS extensively to handle asynchronous data flow. You can use operators such as "concatMap" or "switchMap" to ensure that HTTP requests are executed sequentially instead of concurrently. This ensures that the data received from the server is not jumbled.

  2. Adding a timestamp to the request: You can add a timestamp to each HTTP request to make sure that each request has a unique identifier. This ensures that the server does not return delayed or out-of-order responses.

  3. Using caching: You can cache the response from the server and use it for subsequent requests from the same user. This eliminates the need for multiple HTTP requests and reduces the chance of jumbled data.

  4. Limiting the number of concurrent requests: You can limit the number of HTTP requests that can be executed concurrently. This ensures that requests do not interfere with each other and the data received is not jumbled.

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