Dynamic Imports with Angular Universal

Illustrate how to use dynamic imports in Angular Universal to lazy-load server-side modules and improve performance.
import { Component, OnInit, Inject, PLATFORM_ID } from '@angular/core';
import { isPlatformBrowser } from '@angular/common';

  selector: 'app-lazy',
  template: `<button (click)="loadModule()">Load Lazy Module</button>`
export class LazyComponent implements OnInit {
  constructor(@Inject(PLATFORM_ID) private platformId: Object) {}

  async loadModule() {
    // Ensure we're in the browser before lazy-loading
    if (isPlatformBrowser(this.platformId)) {
      const { LazyModule } = await import('./lazy/lazy.module').then(m => m);
      // Use the imported module, e.g., for manual bootstrapping
      console.log('Lazy module loaded:', LazyModule);

  ngOnInit(): void {
    // Initial component logic...
This code defines an Angular component called `LazyComponent` with a button to trigger lazy-loading of a module named `LazyModule`. The `loadModule` function checks if the code is running in the browser using `isPlatformBrowser` since Angular Universal applications render on the server as well. If in the browser, it dynamically imports the `LazyModule` using the `import()` function and handles the promise with a `then` block. The module can then be used or bootstraped as required.