Some say developing Angular Material projects is all about wash-rinse-repeat (create àimport à authenticate àconfigure àexport), that’s why you need something that does all the rudimentary steps for you in one go, so you can focus on the more important ones.
These components can be used across devices, platforms, screen sizes, and resolutions and are fully responsive. The Material UI library eliminates the need for creating multiple style sheets and adding unnecessary code.
Nitor Infotech has built a starter kit for Angular Material projects and it can cut down both your effort and time invested in it by 80%.
The standardized code architecture helps eliminate unnecessary code, improve loading times, and enhance overall functionality. Elimination of the need to write extra code helps improve your developer’s productivity.
Let’s count backwards, no I am not trying to hypnotize you, instead of going the usual way, I am going to name the benefits first and then tell you what we offer, that way you have good news followed by great news.
Here’s a look at what boxes Nitor Infotech’s starter kit checks off. It helps you:
Now that you know the benefits of using Nitor Infotech’s starter kit, let me go ahead and take the liberty to explain the features to you.
3. Shared Module Support:I did talk about this briefly on top, but let me tell you a bit more here. You can import common directives and components from one module into another, without needing to rewrite.
Let me explain it a little, this starter kit includes a Shared Module which houses all the common components used across the solution. The common components, part of the shared module, are already exported. Thus, the components need not be imported individually in separate modules. The Shared module is imported in App module, which internally imports all common components, models, services, material imports and directives.
These configurations are read via a service at the time when the application loads and is made available to all the modules via Config loader service.
The configuration file can be easily modified by any CI/CD tools and can be released to multiple environments with different configurations. E.g. Using XML variable substitution in the Azure Release pipeline.
Nitor Infotech’s starter kit was devised after having explored all the proven standards and learnings from various projects. So, it is perhaps the best way for you to skyrocket your productivity.
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