Angular is a frontend framework created by Google. It is a popular solution for large enterprise websites that plan to scale their site quickly. All in all, Angular offers great runtime performance and is fit to be the backbone for complex, revenue-generating websites with heavy traffic, such as eCommerce and Travel websites.
Angular comes with a bunch of built-in capabilities, including:
Layer0 can take you Angular storefront on commercetools and bring it down to sub-seconds in a matter of hours. The average website on Layer0 see median speeds of 320ms loads, as measured by Largest Contentful Paint (a critical metric in Core Web Vitals). Layer0, however, is much more than a website accelerator. It's known as the Jamstack platform for eCommerce. Layer0 makes websites faster for end-users and simpler for frontend developers to maintain. The platform was built specifically for large-scale, database-driven websites such as eCommerce and Travel and brings following benefits:
On Layer0, your Angular commercetools store will run in sub-second speeds and your developers will be empowered to control edge caching and reduce rework using the multiple developer productivity tools that come with the platform.
Browse around Shaper Image, a commercetools website delivering instant page loads on Layer0. "Everyone here has commented on how blazing fast our site is" -Mihaela Mazzenga, CTO at Sharper Image
If you're currently using Angular, use the this guide to deploy your Angular app on Layer0 and get sub-second loads in as soon as 1 hour of work.
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