How to handle large http response data from observer in Angular application to avoid browser crash

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Suppose we have a angular application which is using a data from api service using Http client. The data provide from the api is very large and we have to show all the data in the UI, but as the data is very large it leads to browser crash. How to handle this suitation.
Apr 18, 2019 in Others by Hemant Gajbe
Hi @Hemant!

Could you please share the code you are using? I was facing some browser crashes (similar to your situation). I found that the problem was with the Header Scope. Sharing your code would be better to analyze.

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