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Build Performant and Progressive Angular Applications

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This collection of lessons will give you some practical tips and tricks to create faster and more reliable Angular applications. They are highly inspired by the content published on by Minko Gechev and Stephen Fluin.

What you'll learn here is how to..

  • improve an app's TTI via route-level code splitting and lazy loading
  • implement a loading indicator for lazy loaded routes
  • improve performance via preloading all lazy modules
  • implement a custom preloading strategy
  • preload lazy loaded modules with the Angular CLI
  • optimize Angular's Change Detection
  • implement virtual scrolling for large lists with the Angular CDK
  • add client-side precaching with Angular and service workers

That said, have fun 🚀

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Course Content

31m • 9 lessons

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