Armen published an article recently about things you should avoid doing when using Angular. Now it’s the time to dive into stuff that you may rather consider doing in your Angular application.
PWAs are a hot topic right now, in case you’ve been hiding under a rock PWAs stand for Progressive Web Apps. They allow us to make our web experiences feel more like native applications on our phone. They achieve this through a few different techniques
Let’s talk about code splitting in Angular, lazy-loading and a sprinkle of Webpack. Code splitting allows us to essentially break our codebase down into smaller chunks and serve those chunks on demand, which we call “lazy loading”. So, let’s learn how to do it and some of the concepts/terminology behind it.