In this article, we are going to see how to lazy load Angular Modules using the loadChilden method of the Angular Router. We will build an Angular lazy loading example app
In this Tutorial, we learn how best to organise the folder structure of an Angular Application. Finding the right folder structure for your real life Angular application is very important. As you add more and more features to your App locating the certain component or file becomes messy if you do not have the proper structure in place.
The building blocks of Angular Applications consists of Components, Templates, Directives, Pipes, and Services. We build a lot of such blocks to create the complete application. As the application grows bigger in size managing these blocks become difficult. The Angular Provides a nice way organize these blocks in a simple and effectively using Angular modules (Also known as ngModules).