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  • By default, Angular runs change detection on all components every time something changes in your app-from a click event to data received from an ajax call.
  • ( user events, timers, xhr, promises, etc. ) Imagine, for example, that we have a select component.
By default, Angular runs change detection on all components every time something changes in your app-from a click event to data received from an ajax call. ( user events, timers, xhr, promises, etc. ) Imagine, for example, that we have a select component.
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By default, Angular runs change detection on all components every time something changes in your app-from a click event to data received from an ajax call. ( user events, timers, xhr, promises, etc. ) Imagine, for example, that we have a select component.
Optimizing the Performance of Your Angular Application