Bye bye ngModule
A New World With Standalone Components
Recording available until March 6th, 2023
Step by Step Ready for Angular
Since version 14, Angular supports the concept of standalone components. The Angular team promises less boilerplate code and an easier entry into the world of Angular development. From now on, system-wide dependencies can be registered when an application is started. In addition to modules, components can also be dynamically reloaded within a route configuration. A completely new way of developing Angular applications is dawning. But what does this mean for existing Angular applications?
Dive into the new world of standalone components with Google Developer Expert Martina Kraus. Learn how to prepare your application for the upcoming features step-by-step.
Martina Kraus has been involved in web development since early years. Implementing large software solutions in Node. js and Angular has always fascinated her. In addition to her work as a private lecturer in web development at the University of Applied Sciences Mannheim, she works full-time as a software developer, primarily with Angular and C++. In her role as Google Developer Expert (GDE), she also loves to spread the knowledge around Angular at national and international conferences, regularly organizes ngGirls events (free Angular workshops for women) and the local Angular Heidelberg Meetup.
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