The future with Ivy

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The rise of a new engine

Ivy ? 🤔

In a nutshell 🌰

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New Renderer since version 9

Focusing on small bundle size

Together with Bazel up 30% faster compilation time

Angular Apps should be easier to debug

 

 

How to update?

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ng update @angular/core @angular/cli

 

https://update.angular.io/

 

 

 

Backward Compatibility

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Angular provides two compilers:

  • Ngtsc (Ivy compiler): compiles Ivy-compatible code

  • Ngcc (Compatibility Compiler): Convert old style modules  

And what can I do with Ivy? 🤔

GDE in Angular

 

Women Techmakers Ambassador

 

Trainer and Consultant

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That's Me

Martina Kraus

martinakraus

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Why support Ivy ? 🤔

How can we benefit from Ivy?

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  • Better build times, thanks to incremental compilation

  • Smaller and faster bundles

  • Sets the ground for lazy-loading components

  • Is easy to debug

  • Introduces new non-zone.js based change detection

  • Uses higher-order components

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HTML Template

Data

Template

Angular Interpreter

DOM

ViewEngine: Rendering pipeline

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HTML Template

Template instructions

DOM

Ivy rendering pipeline

Bundle Sizes

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SO MUCH

SMALLER

FASTER

EASIER

WOW

WOW

WOW

New ways of writing Angular Apps

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Lazy loading components

Higher Order Components

Zoneless

change detection

New ways of writing Angular Apps

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Lazy loading components

Higher Order Components

Zoneless

change detection

Lazy loading components

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Lazy loading components

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ComponentFactoryResolver

Lazy loading components

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ViewContainerRef

Injector

Lazy loading components

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DEMO

New ways of writing Angular Apps

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Lazy loading components

Higher Order Components

Zoneless

change detection

ComponentDefinition

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ComponentDefinition

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Higher-Order Component

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Higher-Order Component

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DEMO

And more ...

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Modifying component traits at runtime

(Automatically unsubscribing/ subscribing, changing styles)

 

More dynamic

 

Every Ivy component is a standalone component

 

New ways of writing Angular Apps

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Lazy loading components

Higher Order Components

Zoneless

change detection

Zones.js

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Hard dependency of every Angular Application

"zone.js": "~0.10.2"

 

NgZone triggers the change detection automatically 

 

Takes care of all event handlers and data bindings

 

 

 

 

The issue about Zones

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More than 100kB

 

many performance issues 

(long cd cycles together with frequent browser events)

 

too much magic

 

Zone-less Change Detection

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Ivy has been defined without considering Zone.js

 

markDirty

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Calling Angular to check data Binding with Ivy Instruction

 

markDirty

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DEMO

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Ivy is an enabler: (For more dynamic applications)

  • Lazy-loading components
  • Higher-Order Components
  • optional ngModules/ ngZone

 

Summary

me@martina-kraus.io

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Slides: https://slides.com/martinakraus/angularup-ivy-2020​

Repo: https://github.com/martinakraus/ivy-AngularUP

Thank you !!!

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