Angular Denver '19
Bridging Parallel Universes: Upgrading Huge Apps with Angular Elements
This course is a part of Angular Denver 2019, a 44-course Paths series from Pluralsight.How do you jump between the AngularJS universe and the Angular universe without tearing the fabric of reality? If you have a large AngularJS application, you have probably been stumped and frustrated by how to get it moved to Angular. ngUpgrade doesn't seem to be a good option for you and you don't want to rewrite the application from scratch. What are you supposed to do? Angular Elements is here to help. Angular Elements allows you to use tiny Angular apps as reusable custom web elements, which is an excellent strategy for migrating big applications from AngularJS. In this talk, Sam Julien will teach you how to plan your migration with Angular Elements, how to migrate components and services, and provide tips on how to bundle your custom elements.
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