Lazy / Partial Load Modules and Controllers in AngularJS Example

A complex application built using AngularJS takes a lot of time to load due to a large number of view controllers and other modules. As AngularJS acts as a web application we need to load all resources on page load. But we can adopt a new approach to load only required resources like controllers which we need for that particular view. This is called Lazy Loading where we load what we need.

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