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I have http request to get data from backend.
In the ts file, I have
public prj1: string[] = [];
public prj2: string[] = [];

ngOnInit() {
    this.getProj1();
    this.getProj2();
}

getProj1() {
   this.service['pj1'].get().subscribe(data => {
      this.prj1 = data;
   });
}

getProj2() {
   this.service['pj2'].get().subscribe(data => {
      this.prj2 = data;
   });
}

You don't have to know what is this.service
It works well, I do get the two string arrays. However I have many similar methods, I want to get all string arrays parallel. So I think that maybe rxjs can do it. I don't have the experience to use rxjs library. Please help me for this particular case.

What I have tried:

  let one= this.service['pj1'].get();
  let two= this.service['pj2'].get();

forkJoin([one, two]).subscribe(results => {
  console.log(results[0]);
  console.log(results[1]);
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[no name] 29-Aug-19 9:08am    
No idea if it will work but you want to have a go anyway?

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