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Learning Angular for .NET Developers by Rajesh Gunasundaram

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Development with a runtime transpiler

There is another development option called runtime transpiler. In this case, we start off by writing scripts in ECMAScript 6+ using Typescript or CoffeeScript and then Deploy the scripts to the Server. When a Request comes to the Server, it simply serves ECMAScript 6+ code without Transpiling to the Browser. Then, the browser Transpiles the scripts to ECMAScript 5 using a runtime transpiler to execute it in the client side. This type of option is not good for production applications as it puts extra load on the browser.

The development process with a runtime Transpiler

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