Improving AngularJs Performance with larger apps
Whether you are writing an Angular front end for an old application with large use and adoption, or your pre-existing Angular application is gaining momentum, performance is an important aspect. It is important to understand what causes an AngularJS application to slow down, and to be aware of tradeoffs that are made in the development process. This article will walk through some of the more common performance problems caused by AngularJS as well as given suggestions on how to fix and avoid them in the future.
AngularJs Performance in Large Applications
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