In your Angular components you’re able to specify a component’s ViewEncapsulation. It defines template and style encapsulation options available for components, and thus specifies the strategy on how styles are applied to a component. By default, styles are appended to the document’s <head> and is encapsulation emulated, but there are other options as well.
Angular is a great framework for developing big applications, but every now and then you run into situations that require you to look for other solutions. One of these solutions is performance optimization. Performance optimization is an important aspect in the development of your Angular application. It acts as a direct way to increase your application performance by reducing constant re-rendering of your views.
In this article, we will talk about how we can leverage Angular CLI build tools to create an AOT precompiled Angular plugin, which can share common code with other plugins and even work with Angular universal. This is an unofficial solution, but it works well for our case.