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#Angular Elements — Your ngComponents Everywhere

  • There are four initiatives that fall under the hood of Angular Labs to date: – – While all of these are exciting, I’ll go with Angular Elements for this article.
  • The Angular Elements will blend in every framework.
  • Below are some features of Angular Elements: – – You can follow these steps to create your Angular Elements – – I also added a demo app (Stop Watch App) and created a PR against the angular-elements repository.
  • I hope we’ll see Angular Elements being stable in a few months.
  • You may star the repos (Angular Elements, Angular Elements Demos) or contribute to them too.

If you’re reading this, you already know Angular. So whether you’ve worked on AngularJS (1.x) or Angular (Angular2+), this article is about one of the exciting things going on in the Angular world.

If you’re reading this, you already know Angular. So whether you’ve worked on AngularJS (1.x) or Angular (Angular2+), this article is about one of the exciting things going on in the Angular world.

Angular has been one of the most popular frameworks for the past few years. It started as a library that enhanced HTML. And now it has a huge ecosystem that contains CLI, Server side rendering, Animations, etc, and it is still growing with things like Angular service worker. While these are making Angular awesome, there are some experimental projects in the ecosystem which are exciting.

Team Angular announced a new idea called Angular Labs during their recent conference at Angular Mix. The idea of Angular Labs is to keep the community in sync about new experiments before releasing them to the public (that’s an Angular thing for sure). There are four initiatives that fall under the hood of Angular Labs to date:

While all of these are exciting, I’ll go with Angular Elements for this article.

Angular Elements are Custom Elements. You can embed them into any web application. This enables us to write re-usable Angular components & widgets which we can use inside React, Vue, Preact or even with vanilla JS apps. The Angular Elements will blend in every framework. Below are some features of Angular Elements:

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Angular Elements

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