In the first quarter of 2019, Google launched Angular 8 which was much awaited by the community, the expectations were really high for Angular 8 as it was initially said that Angular 10 will be the final version of the framework. The skyrocketed hype demands huge performance improvements in Angular 8 which was quite matched with mainly focusing on the toolchain and also making Angular easier for users to create different types of application along with other performance improvements.
In a real world application its really common to work with big amounts of data and to present the user with the possibility to search through it and present it paginated. Therefore, in this article, the author will show one approach on how to create a search component that handles search inputs with debounce and a pagination component which will handle requesting different pages of data; both working together.
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