In this post I will show how to make external API responses compatible with Closure compiled code.
In this post I will do a comparison between Webpack 3 and Webpack 2.
In this post I will show how Babili can improve dead code removal in Webpack builds.
In the following post I will show that you can shrink the footprint of your Angular Webpack build by switching to ES6 and Babili.
In this article I will discuss some of the alternatives for preparing an Angular application for production. I will look at several different approaches, and highlight the pros and cons.
In this post I want to test if there is any benefit to combining Prepack with the Closure compiler (ADVANCED_OPTIMIZATIONS).
In this post I will talk about integrating the Closure compiler with an NgUpgrade application.
In this post I will show how to optimize NgUpgrade through lazy loading.
In this post I will show how to use webpagetest.org to collect performance metrics for a web application.
I have migrated my demo application to use the Closure compiler for bundling. In this post I will do a quick comparison of bundle sizes between Closure, Rollup and Webpack.
In this post I will show one of the pitfalls of bundling in Angular.
In this post I will discuss an experiment where I set out to create the smallest Angular application possible using Angular 4-rc.5.
In this post I will do a quick comparison between the Closure Compiler and UglifyJS2.
In this post I will show how to do code splitting in Webpack.
In this post I will discuss different ways to generate Angular application bundles. I will show examples using Rollup, Webpack and the Closure compiler (ADVANCED_OPTIMIZATION).
In this post I will examine how Angular applications grow in size when moving beyond the “Hello World” baseline example.
Angular is a great framework for composing complicated data driven user interfaces. Most of the time Angular does a good job of balancing flexibility and performance, but in large complicated UIs, performance may become an issue if you're not careful. In this post I will discuss some effective techniques that may help you tune your application.