Component-First Architecture with Angular and Standalone Components

Angular recently had an RFC (Request for Comments) on Standalone Components. It is an effort to make NgModules in Angular optional. We do not want to remove them completely as many Angular apps currently rely on the building blocks that are NgModules.

Manfred Steyer explored what this will mean for the ecosystem moving forward and how we can begin…

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