Tips to Increase the Angular Website Performance
Websites are implemented more efficiently to grab the customer’s attention by adding exceptional features and some optimized tips. In Angular, we can improve the website speed by using the following Tips.
Angular CLI app has default features that can do all the required optimization for the website,
- Ahead-of-Time Compilation (AOT)
- Lazy Loading
- Serve scaled images
- Optimize images
- Leverage browser caching
- Enable gzip compression
Ahead-of-Time Compilation (AOT):
Whenever an angular application is done with these in-built optimization features, AOT Start is focusing on page speed.
Serve Scaled Images:
Serve Scaled images are the performance matrix for images, used to optimize the site with scaled images. HTML display any image size you upload, but that is not the case here. When you try to compress a large image into a fixed size, then it will occupy the extra space which will result in reducing the site speed. So the image you upload matches the actual size of the HTML image on your site.
Optimizing images are another for improving site performance. whenever uploading images on the website, try to upload the images in KB size rather than uploading them in MB. It’s always better to convert large-size files into small sizes.
Leverage Browser Caching:
Leveraging browser caching is a cache mechanism. It will work between the server and the user browser. We can deal with this with the stored cache to manage how the local data should react with the site Instead constantly retrieving data from the server every time.
We have another option to leverage the browser cache by setting up the time limit to free up the stored data. When the specific interval of time exceeds then automatically it will release the local data to free up the space which favors increasing the speed while navigating through the website pages.
Enable Gzip Compression:
When users try to load the website then obviously the big files will take huge time to fetch the data. To avoid this kind of problem, this technique helps to compress all the bigger sizes to smaller sizes for faster loading.