when I currently run
ionic start mySuperApp super I will get a app without lazy loading.
The fact that the starters do not use lazy loading at all lead to a few questions:
- Is lazy loading ready and save to use with Ionic 3.5.0?
- Is the way lazy loading is done about to change (breaking)?
I’m currently creating a PWA with 40+ pages and although I will use a script for the upgrade (generate the “.module.ts” files and do some other stuff) there will be quite some manual work left. So I simply want to be sure that it’s the right time to introduce lazy loading.
Overall I’m very pleased with Ionic and Angular and I’m looking forward what’s about to come for PWA’s in the near future.
So thanks and BR,
Cordova CLI: 6.5.0 Ionic CLI Version: 2.2.3 Ionic App Lib Version: 2.2.1 ios-deploy version: Not installed ios-sim version: Not installed OS: Windows 10 Node Version: v6.9.5 Xcode version: Not installed