Lazy loading and Angular routing

One problem with creating a Single Page Application (SPA) is that you might load the entire application when the user first starts the application but most of it is never used. Sure navigation is nice and fast after the initial load but that slows down the initial load as that becomes larger. And that might be worth it if the user navigates to all, or most, routes loaded. But when most routes are never activated that is just a big waste. Fortunately with Angular that is easy enough to fix with lazy loading. And lazy loading is really easy to … Continue reading Lazy loading and Angular routing