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    Understanding Angular Life Cycle Hooks

    In an Angular application, the components have their whole lifecycle managed by Angular, from creation to destruction. And it provides us access to lifecycle hooks,...

    What Is the difference between JIT compiler and AOT compiler?

    The Angular compiler converts our applications code (HTML and TypeScript) into JavaScript code before browser downloads and runs that code. JIT (Just-in-Time) -

    Best practices for a clean and performance application

    This article outlines the practices we use in our application and is related to Angular, Typescript, RxJs and @ngrx/store. We’ll also go...

    Angular Authentication: Using Route Guards

    Angular comes with a number of baked-in features which are tremendously helpful for handling authentication. I think my favorite is probably its HttpInterceptor...

    Angular Authentication: Using the Http Client and Http Interceptors

    Angular 4.3 is here and with it comes a brand new set of HTTP tools with a bunch of useful features. Perhaps...

    How to Work with Angular 2+ Location Service?

    Angular location service will be dealt with in this article, location service is a part of Angular 2+. Thanks to this service, you...

    Angular CLI: The best Commands to boost your productivity

    "Developers are lazy!" Whether you agree to that sentence or not, you will probably agree with me, that angular...

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    Lazy Loading in Angular 9 (Ivy and Async Await)

    In this post you’ll learn how to use Lazy Loading in Angular 9. Lazy loading means that our code isn’t downloaded by...

    Getting Element references in Angular 9 templates

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