As one of the foremost frontend development frameworks, each iteration of Angular is eagerly awaited by developers all around the world. With a host of new features, Angular 9 promises to be one of the biggest releases made by Angular in the past 3 years.
We take a look at its biggest feature, the Ivy compiler, and some of the new major features.
The Ivy Compiler
After being introduced in Angular 8 as an opt-in, the new Ivy compiler and render pipeline is now the default compiler in Angular 9. Ivy promises smaller bundle sizes, better debugging, and a boost in overall performance. Even though Ivy doesn’t affect your workflow in Angular, it does have a major impact on the code being generated.
Let’s take a look.