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In addition to using ng.connector, you can also use the $ng-adapter function to manage the binding and behavior. You can also use ng-connector instead of ng-adapter.connector to add more features to your own package or to build a ng.electronics-review page from the documentation of Angular Web Components.

The first thing your package needs to do is build your own Angular app and use ng-connector to manage your own routing. There are several ways to build this, but with the following steps you can use any of them (for example, using ng-transactional to support building and debugging your app):

In order to build a Angular app that uses ng-transactional:

Include ng-transactional in the app’s source file (as shown in the first section). Configure the routing controller method using ng-transactional.

In a single angular-module.js file on top of the Angular-Module folder:

Using ng-transactional creates a new controller method of your choice:

A single Angular module with a name ng.Module is a folder on the website that contains the Angular code and includes components for the Angular application. In order to use ng-transactional, include and override an app.directive.module method