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ngext

v0.1.7

Published

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Downloads

165

Readme

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Introduction

Ngext is a tool which abstracts an angular application and drastically simplifies the routing. It has the following features:

  • File-based routing (no more routing modules!)
  • All lazy loaded modules generation
  • Dynamic configurations (no more static angular.json files)
  • Declarative route layouts
  • Server-side rendering, (HTML file for each page!)
  • Compatible with all your existing angular files @NgModules, @Components, ...etc

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Get Started

Install

npm i -g ngext

Usage

Usage: ngext [options] [command]

Options:
  -v, --version      output the version number
  -h, --help         display help for command

Commands:
  new [ProjectName]  Creates a new project
  build              Builds the ngext app
  export             Exports the ngext app with SSR
  dev                Runs the ngext app locally
  help [command]     display help for command

Why use this?

Angular has many elegant abstractions, @Component, @Module, @Injectable. However, the routing in Angular is not a simple abstraction.

In order to add a new page, Angular routing requires that you edit 3 places; add a component file, declare component in a module, and add a route to a routing module.

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This project attempts to encapsulate this into a single abstraction @PageComponent, which contains the component, dependencies and the route path which is generated from the page location. Making it easier than ever to add new pages to Angular apps.