How To Deploy Angular Universal Using AWS
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Deploying Angular Universal Using AWS (Enterprise Grade)
One of their latest articles is focusing on how to deploy Angular Universal Using AWS (Enterprise Grade), specifically on using AWS Lambda, AWS ECR x Docker, API Gateway x CloudFront, CloudFormation, GitHub Actions, AWS CLI.
Angular Universal is a server-side rendering solution for Angular applications that allows for faster load times, better search engine optimization (SEO), and improved user experience. When combined with AWS, it becomes an enterprise-grade solution that can handle even the most demanding workloads.
If you’re an Angular developer looking to deploy your application using AWS, you’re in the right place.
The article begins by explaining what Angular Universal is and how it differs from a traditional Angular application. It then outlines the benefits of deploying Angular Universal on AWS, including improved performance and scalability.
Next, the article provides step-by-step instructions on how to set up an AWS account and create an Elastic Beanstalk environment. It also explains how to configure the necessary AWS services, such as Amazon RDS (Relational Database Service) and Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Service).
The article then goes on to explain how to deploy the Angular Universal application using the AWS Elastic Beanstalk command-line interface (CLI). It provides detailed instructions on how to configure the CLI, create a deployment package, and deploy the application to the Elastic Beanstalk environment.
Finally, the article provides some tips for optimizing the performance of the deployed Angular Universal application. These include using Amazon CloudFront to distribute content, enabling gzip compression, and using Amazon CloudWatch to monitor application performance.
The article is a comprehensive guide for developers looking to deploy an Angular Universal application on AWS. It provides detailed instructions and helpful tips for optimizing the performance of the application.
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