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Configure Ahead of Time (AoT) for Your Angular App Using the Angular CLI

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Configure Ahead of Time (AoT) for Your Angular App Using the Angular CLI

In this video tutorial, we'll go over using the Angular CLI create an 'Ahead of Time' compilation for our Angular application.

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In our previous video, we learned how to use the Angular CLI to create our first Angular application. Now it's time to prepare it for production. That requires some building, bundling, minifying, and "Ahead of Time" compilation. In this video, we will learn how simple it can be by using the Angular CLI.

This video you will learn:

  • How to use the Angular CLI to create a production bundle.
  • What Ahead-of-time (AoT) compilation is about.
  • How to use the Angular CLI to activate AoT compilation.


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