When a user opens a webpage, full webpage’s contents are downloaded and interpreted in a single go. This allows the browser to store the web page, however there’s no assurance that all of the downloaded content would be visible by the users. The website which loads the content at one go consumes more bandwidth & memory and it becomes a complete waste when user leaves the page from between. Nowadays we see the websites whose content are loaded gradually once we reach at that place instead of loading a single go. There are numerous ideas, options and recommendations for enhancing the load time of the website, and one of these is Lazy Loading.
A very simple concept for lazy loading is: Don’t load something until you really need it.
Lazy loading is a method that enables a developer to define particular segments of a system that should not be loaded into storage by default when a program is started. Generally, the initial program and all its dependent component are loaded at the same time. However, in lazy loading, dependents are only loaded when they are individually requested. The inclusion of lazy loading in the website enhances the loading speed, provides an uninterrupted browsing session, and saves bandwidth. Lazy loading in AngularJS is implemented with very few efforts & boosts user experience to a great level. There are four different approaches to execute lazy loading on your website.
Lazy loading strikes a balance between enhancing content movement and streamlining the end client’s experience.
Developing web content is an essential part of creating a customer experience. Dynamically loading resources allow the user to explore more content without moving over to different pages or waiting for their browsers to refresh.
When implemented well, lazy loading provides very good benefit in latest technologies like AngularJS. Keeping the loading logic into separate services and using naming custom helps developers to integrate easily while working on different projects. With the help of Angular development lazy loading technique, you can add great value to performance & user experience for your online presence.
WRITTEN BY: Parth Patel
Parth Patel is a Microsoft Certified Solution Associate (MCSA) and DotNet Team Lead at CMARIX, a leading Asp.net mvc development company. With 10+ years of…
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