There’s a performance issue with your Angular application, but you’re not exactly sure where it is and how to fix it. How many times was change detection triggered, by which components and for how long? When did zone.js tasks occur and what triggered them?
In the spirit of the Augury DevTool extension, Rangle.io created Augury Labs. It is an experimental instrumentation and inspection framework for Angular applications that is installed through a ‘ng add’ CLI command.
Ehsan will demonstrate the insights provided by Augury Labs’ Performance Profiler plugin, which can help you tune the performance of your applications. He will then give an overview of the architecture and some hints about the future of Augury Labs.
To demonstrate how to use and the insights provided by Augury Labs on your Angular applications.
Angular developers, Angular quality assurance analysts
Assumed Audience Knowledge
Beginner to Advanced
Five Things Audience Members Will Learn
- How to use Augury Labs
- Interesting insights gained by Augury Labs’ Performance Profiler plugin
- How to tune the performance of your Angular application based on the insights from the Performance Profiler
- An architecture overview of Augury Labs
- Hints about the future of Augury Labs