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May 10, 2021 ⋅ 4 min read

Angular modules: Best practices for structuring your app

Emmanuel John I'm a full-stack software developer, mentor, and writer. I am an open source enthusiast. In my spare time, I enjoy watching sci-fi movies and cheering for Arsenal FC.

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One Reply to "Angular modules: Best practices for structuring your app"

  1. Cannot agree with all of this.
    First of all, what is the difference in your definition of share and core modules?
    Preferable way is to create single core modules with all services provided in root and create some libs outside of app for better visualization of lazy load.
    All this feature staff is not important, it’s better to have all the code you in one place.

    Also I like the rule that you should import only from your own folder and inside, and never go up.

    PS auth via Twitter does not work, via goglogle.works but breaks on post. Are you sure you are logging everything??

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