Web-components in angular using angular elements

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In this section, we are going to talk about angular elements. Angular elements is extremely helpful in building cross framework components. Consider a case where you are writing any shared library in angular and you would like to use the same in react. Initially, cross framework communication was pain. But with the introduction of angular elements, its fairly simple and easily achievable. In a nutshell it means something like

Web components are a set of web platform APIs that allow you to create new custom, reusable, encapsulated HTML tags to use in web pages and web apps. Custom components and widgets build on the Web Component standards, will work across modern browsers, and can be used with any JavaScript library or framework that works with HTML.

Web components are based on existing web standards. Features to support web components are currently being added to the HTML and DOM specs, letting web developers easily extend HTML with new elements with encapsulated styling and custom behavior.


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Mobile Framework, which one you will pick? React Native or Flutter or Ionic or NativeScript or PWA

How mobile frameworks fare? What are the differences? Which one you should pick? How’s performance for each of these options? Let’s do certain comparisons.

All these technologies allow you to build real native mobile apps for both iOS and Android. Here you’ll use JavaScript (for React Native, NativeScript and Ionic) and Dart (for Flutter). Hence you’re able to create native apps for both platforms with one language.

Let’s discuss how these technologies differ.

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