While on the surface creating specific roles, goals, and expectations for a new project sounds simple enough, it can be challenging to implement effectively without a proper plan.
Clashing visions, unclear expectations, and team members who don’t pull their weight—issues arise in every industry and on projects of all scales. But they tend to be especially common in large-scale, highly complex software projects. With so many moving pieces, nuanced tasks, and tight deadlines, it’s tempting to dive into a new project and build the plane as you fly it. However, conflict thrives when teams operate without a strong foundation.
Bulky dependencies can slow down the build speed of your Angular application and cause your Angular bundle to bloat. A common reason why an Angular bundle is bloated is that it uses a library like MomentJS that isn't tree-shakable. Replacing problematic dependencies can cause significant improvements to your developer experience and reduce your application's build time.
Do you use the Module Federation plugin in your Angular project? If your project dynamically consumes large federated code chunks from a remote container, you risk having downtime in your remote server or having lags when you navigate between routes. If so, you should use Angular service workers to cache and serve your federated code.
Did you know Google factors in the speed a page loads when ranking pages? Even if you're successfully managing your site's metadata, your SEO will take a hit if your page loads slowly. And beyond site rankings, slower loading pages result in a poor user experience, leading to higher bounce rates, lower average time spent on the page, and lower conversions.