Angular 9 New Features: A quick guide to the latest features in Angular 9

Angular 9 New Features: A quick guide to the latest features in Angular 9
Angular 9 New Features: A quick guide to the latest features in Angular 9

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Learn effective strategies such as tree-shaking, code splitting, and progressive hydration with Angular 9

Angular is one of the most prominent and comprehensive open-source JavaScript frameworks for front-end development. Angular is built by Google and offers a perfect solution for creating Single-Page Applications (SPAs).

This course is your go-to guide to getting started with all the new features and improvements introduced in Angular 9. It covers all major new features, minor features, and patch releases in the latest Angular 9 release and simplifies the way you use Angular for your web development requirements.

The course will also cover the new Angular engine, Ivy, the code name for Angular’s next-generation compilation and rendering pipeline. You will understand how to make the best use of these new features practically in your front-end applications and work around deprecations, breaking changes, and code refactoring for your current Angular applications.

By the end of the course, you will be up-to-speed with all new additions and changes in the latest release: Angular 9.

Learn

  • Build an Angular 9 app from scratch
  • Explore Ivy, Angular’s next-generation rendering pipeline and view engine
  • Compare an Angular 6 and 7 project with Angular 9
  • Upgrade an Angular 8 project to Angular 9
  • Analyze performance benchmarks
  • Examine tree-shaking, code splitting, and progressive hydration
+ Table of Contents

Angular 9 First Look
1 The Course Overview
2 New Features of Angular 9
3 Working with Tree Shaking
4 Learning about Code Splitting
5 Comparing Angular 6, 7, and 8 with Angular 9
6 Upgrading an Angular 8 Application to Angular 9

Angular 9 New Features in Action
7 Friendlier Error Messages
8 Better Stack Trace for Debugging
9 Three Modes of Template Type Checking
10 The Basic Mode of Template Type Checking
11 The Full Mode of Template Type Checking
12 The Strict Mode of Template Type Checking
13 Setting Up Localization with @angular localize for i18n
14 Language Service Improvements

Breaking Changes and Deprecations in Angular 9
15 Breaking Changes in Angular 9
16 Deprecations in Angular 9
17 Other Important Features of Angular 9
18 Course Summary