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Chaz Gatian

Senior Architect at Hyland Software. Currently focusing on component design and architecture.

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10 January 20187 min read
Dynamically Loading Components with Angular CLI

When moving from a multi-page application to a SPA, one of the problems that presents itself is the payload size upon initial load. By default, in an Angular application everything is bundled into one payload, which means as the application grows, so does the time that it takes to load.

Angularpost-image
10 January 20187 min read
Dynamically Loading Components with Angular CLI

When moving from a multi-page application to a SPA, one of the problems that presents itself is the payload size upon initial load. By default, in an Angular application everything is bundled into one payload, which means as the application grows, so does the time that it takes to load.

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Angularpost-imageDynamically Loading Components with Angular CLI

10 January 2018

7 min read

When moving from a multi-page application to a SPA, one of the problems that presents itself is the payload size upon initial load. By default, in an Angular application everything is bundled into one payload, which means as the application grows, so does the time that it takes to load.

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