I have an app showing users then I have created a lib for the usersService. The service contains the model for User but now I would like to use the User model in another lib/service.. Should I just duplicate the model? (would prefer not to).. the second lib/service has no dependency on the UsersService..
I guess either depend on a shared lib (like
data ) that exposes all of your models, or what I tend to do is have some similar objects like
UiUser where I duplicate only the properties I need , so only things like
hmm.. so a lib just for the models.. could be an idea..
but then that lib might become rather messy over time :stuck_out_tongue:
Discipline is always hard :grin:
It all really depends on the bigger picture.
I really like having one shared data library that not only defines my models, but is also responsible for actually handling all my data access
So all my feature libs depend on the data lib to do anything wrt data
We create type libs where needed
we used to put models with our data, but then you cannot use them in UI modules (dumb components) because of the nx-module-boundaries
we do the same like Jay now, create a type lib, which can be used by feature/data/ui libs
Make sure to scope the type libs correctly too! Otherwise your dep graphs gets reallllly messy (like ours is right now)
and when you say scope you mean?
in NX.json you can add tags to your project. NX suggests adding
type The combination of both is what’s used for the module boundaries
hmm.. so like
scope: shared would be added to all libs more or less..?