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🆖 Angular Dynamic Compile component, that turns a string into a compiled component

Use case 

Dynamic compile components by a string template for Angular. You can provide a context, that you can use with anything (for clicking for free etc..)

NPM & Version 

It is a CommonJS bundle by default.

But! You can use the native TypeScript by import from p3x-angular-compile/src.

The version reflects the Angular version (AngularMajor.AngularMinor.Build-Commit).

You can find out your proper version with this command:

npm show p3x-angular-compile versions --json

Install 

npm install --save p3x-angular-compile
# or
yarn add p3x-angular-compile

Check out how it works and code 

https://angular-compile.corifeus.com

https://github.com/patrikx3/angular-compile/blob/master/test/angular-webpack/angular/page.ts#L115

AOT + JIT 

Angular 5.x.x + 

For now we cannot use AOT + JIT at once. It is too new, we will need more releases and new functions that are removed.

Info 

https://github.com/angular/angular/issues/20156

On the bottom, you can see:

To reduce the payload we do not ship the compiler in AoT

So right now, it is not possible.

Angular 4.x.x 

It is not working out of the box (the default is either JIT or AOT, not both), but the apps become 10 folds faster. The @ngtools/webpack is AOT and the awesome-typescript-loader is JIT only.

The solution can be architect with the @angular/compiler and the awesome-typescript-loader together. A miracle!

Example here (since I am using Angular 5 not, it is not AOT + JIT anymore, but if you are on Angular 4, you can do it): More info about AOT + JIT

Size 

If you want very small bundle, use gzip.

Usage 

import { CompileModule} from "p3x-angular-compile"

// the module settings
@NgModule({
    imports: [
        // multiple directives in a shared module like this
        CorifeusWebMaterialModule,

        // usually it is enough
        CompileModule,
    ],
    declarations: [
        Page,
    ],
    providers: [
    ],
    bootstrap: [ Page ]
})
export class Module { };
 <div *ngIf="true" 
 [p3x-compile]="data"
 [p3x-compile-ctx]="this"
 [p3x-compile-error-handler]="anyFunctionThatTakesAnExceptionObject"
 [p3x-compile-module]="youCanConfigureTheCompileNgModuleForAngular5NotNeeded"
 [p3x-compile-imports]="ifForSomeReasonADirectiveIsNotWorkingYouCanAddInForAngular5NotNeeded"
 >     
</div>
// a page example
export class Page {

    data: string = "<div (click)="context.alert()">It is working</div>";

    alert() {
        alert('ok');
    }
}

Options 

Reference for the Angular module settings.

Dev environment end test 

npm install -g yarn
git clone https://github.com/patrikx3/angular-compile.git
cd angular-compile
yarn install
grunt run|default

http://localhost:8080

Errors 

Type x is part of the declarations of 2 modules 

Basically, you need a shared component.

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/42993580/angular-2-type-childcomponent-is-a-part-of-the-declarations-of-2-modules-par

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