Blog posts with tag webpack
In an earlier post, I showed you how to create reusable confirmation dialogs with angular material components. In this video, we'll cover how to lazy load your material dialogs using an advanced way with Angular v9+.
As web apps grow in their capabilities, we also see an increase in their bundle sizes. At one hand we need to ship more code for cool new features. On the other hand, we also need third party libraries and their code for everything to work.
Recently I worked on a feature for a client that involved generating a PDF document from his Angular web application. After some research we decided to use PDFMake for this purpose.