Angular-Performance: So zünden Sie den Turbo

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Session Abstract

Was in zwei Sekunden nicht lädt, wird nie wieder aufgerufen: Die Erwartung von Anwendern an die Performance von Webanwendungen nimmt stetig zu. Und auch nach dem Laden einer Webanwendung muss sich diese schnell und flüssig anfühlen, damit der Anwender sein Ziel erreichen kann. Mit Zones, Change-Detection- und Preloading-Strategien, Lazy Loading, Ahead-of-time-Kompilierung und Service Workern stehen in Angular verschiedene Techniken zur Verfügung, um selbst große Webanwendungen superschnell auszuführen. Christian Liebel von Thinktecture zeigt Ihnen die Stellschrauben des Frameworks, damit Sie auch für Ihre Angular-App den Turbo zünden können.

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