Imagine a case where a user fills out all or part of a form, and doesn’t get a chance to submit it. This could be caused by a sudden session timeout, or they hit the refresh button accidentally, or they momentarily navigated to a different page. Unless we’ve implemented persistence in our form values, such an experience can lead to a lot of frustration and even form abandonment.
With angular 9, there has been a lot of talking going on around entryComponents, and the Angular developers who had not been much aware of entryComponents have now been interested in knowing more about it.
Angular is very powerful framework. It has a lot of stuff to make your product's life much easier. But with great facilities, you get great responsibility.