NgZone angular2

What would be a good use for NgZone Service?

Angular 2 runs inside of its own special zone called NgZone and this special zone extends the basic functionality of a zone to facilitate change detection.

It is Running inside a zone allows to detect when asynchronous tasks.

If you change or update your internal application code or view and it is detecting the applications changes with help of NgZone.

Example 1 - We use NgZone to trigger change detection as

import { Component, NgZone} from '@angular/core';
import { CommonModule } from '@angular/common';
import { HttpModule, Http } from '@angular/http';
import { UserService } from '../service/user.service';
import { AppGlobals } from '../../shared/app.globals';


@Component({
    selector: 'user',
    templateUrl: './user.component.html',
    styleUrls: ['./user.component.css'],
    providers: [UserService, AppGlobals]
})

export class UserComponent {
    //USERS DECLARATIONS.
    users = [];
    label: string;
    counter: number = 0;

    //USER COMPONENT CONSTRUCTOR.
    constructor(private _userService: UserService,
        private _global: AppGlobals,
        private _ngZone: NgZone)
    { }

    //GET USERS SERVICE ON PAGE LOAD and BIND UI GRID.
    ngOnInit() {
        this._userService.getAPIUsers(this._global.baseAPIUrl + 'users/hadley/orgs').subscribe(data => this.users = data);
        this._userService.getAppUsers(this._global.baseAppUrl + 'api/User/GetUsers').subscribe(data => console.log(data));   
    }

    // Loop inside the Angular zone. 
    // The UI will refresh after each setTimeout cycle.
    insideOfAngularZone() {
        this.label = 'inside loop';
        this.counter = 0;
        this._increaseCounter(() => alert('Inside loop completed.'));
    }

    // Loop outside of the Angular zone. 
    // The UI will not refresh after each setTimeout cycle.
    outsideOfAngularZone() {
        this.label = 'outside loop';
        this.counter = 0;
        this._ngZone.runOutsideAngular(() => {
            this._increaseCounter(() => {
                this._ngZone.run(() => {
                    alert('Outside loop completed.');
                });
            });
        });
    }

    _increaseCounter(doCallback: () => void) {
        this.counter += 2;

        if (this.counter <= 1000) {
            window.setTimeout(() => {
                this._increaseCounter(doCallback);
            }, 100);
        }
        else {
            doCallback();
        }
    }  
}
//END BEGIN - USER-COMPONENT

Example 2 -We use NgZone to trigger change detection as,
constructor(_ngZone:NgZone) {
    window.onresize = (e) =>
    {
        _ngZone.run(() => {
            this.width = window.innerWidth;
            this.height = window.innerHeight;
        });
    };
}

import {ChangeDetectorRef} from '@angular2/core'

export class SideNav {
    innerWidth: number;

    constructor(private window: Window, private _cdr: ChangeDetectorRef){

       let getWindow = () => {
          return window.innerWidth;
       };

      window.onresize = () => {
          this.innerWidth = getWindow();
          this._cdr.detectChanges(); //running change detection manually!
      };
    }
}

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