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Angular hot reload compiler is brittle to malformed template syntax #11563

hra created


Probably my biggest loss of productivity is when I am writing new angular HTML template code, and I accidentally save some malformed HTML, or syntactically incorrect template binding code in the html. The angular hot reload attempts to compile, and fails (yes it does identify the bad code), bit it also dumps a lot of "No pipe found with name 'localize'" errors.

The problem, is that even if I fix my incorrect syntax, the hot reload is now completely broken, the "No pipe found with name 'localize'" errors remain, I have to kill my angular server, and re-run it - meaning a full recompile which wastes a couple of minutes.

As you can imagine, this is quite a productivity killer.

This has always happened in my AspNetZero code base, so I dont believe I introduced anything to cause this brittle behavior.

Is this just me? Can this be made more resilient?


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    ismcagdas created
    Support Team

    Hi @hra

    I'm not sure if this is caused by Angular or AspNet Zero. If you create an issue on GitHub , we can work on this.