When you create a new web component, you can specify how many slots it should take. Slots are like folders on a hard drive, and when you create a new web component, Angular automatically creates a slot for it in your project.
To use a slot, you just need to include the corresponding dependency in your project’s dependencies section. Then you can use the component in your page markup just like any other Angular module.
If you want to use a slot in more than one page, you can simply import it into each page using the import statement. This makes it easy to share components between pages without having to copy them around.
Customizing Web Component Slots
One nice feature of slots is that they allow you to customize them however you want. This means that you can add any additional dependencies that you need, or even create your own classes if needed.
This flexibility is especially useful if you want to create your own custom behavior for a component. For example, maybe you want to add support for localization or user input validation.
You can easily do this by adding additional dependencies and creating custom classes for the slot.
Conclusion: Web Component Slots provide a way to easily organize and reuse components on the web, allowing developers to easily add localized support or user input validation without having to copy code around.