Writing Modules, Directives, and Pipes with TypeScript

Modularity is essential for building large software systems, and Angular projects are not an exception to this. When our app starts growing, managing its different members in one entry module starts becoming really difficult and confusing. It becomes more challenging when you have a lot of services, directives, and pipes. Speaking of directives and pipes, we will take some time to discuss their use cases and examples in this chapter, while taking a journey in managing our application better with modules.

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