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Artur Androsovych

Angularpost
8 August 20198 min read
Asynchronous modules and components in Angular Ivy

Ivy engine has brought (and also will bring) a huge amount of new features. Honestly, I always dreamed of having an opportunity to load modules asynchronously, and most importantly, components, you can do that with one line of code in Vue: Vue.component('lazy', () => import('./lazy.component')); For sure we could lazy load any non-routable module by adding it to the lazyModules property in the Angular’s config and then override NgModuleFactoryLoader token with SystemJsNgModuleLoader, but thi

Angularpost
8 August 20198 min read
Asynchronous modules and components in Angular Ivy

Ivy engine has brought (and also will bring) a huge amount of new features. Honestly, I always dreamed of having an opportunity to load modules asynchronously, and most importantly, components, you can do that with one line of code in Vue: Vue.component('lazy', () => import('./lazy.component')); For sure we could lazy load any non-routable module by adding it to the lazyModules property in the Angular’s config and then override NgModuleFactoryLoader token with SystemJsNgModuleLoader, but thi

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AngularpostAsynchronous modules and components in Angular Ivy

8 August 2019

8 min read

Ivy engine has brought (and also will bring) a huge amount of new features. Honestly, I always dreamed of having an opportunity to load modules asynchronously, and most importantly, components, you can do that with one line of code in Vue: Vue.component('lazy', () => import('./lazy.component')); For sure we could lazy load any non-routable module by adding it to the lazyModules property in the Angular’s config and then override NgModuleFactoryLoader token with SystemJsNgModuleLoader, but thi

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