Angular Framework – scalable and cross-platform

Angular Framework

Designed for developing applications using the latest web standards. Angular is an extremely modular and user-friendly JavaScript framework (here the link to the Angular official page). Offering a range of high-quality features, the platform comes with everything you might need in the development process.

Let’s go through some of the nice features of Angular.

Develop across all platforms

A noteworthy feature of Angular development is its compatibility with multiple platforms. You can reuse your code and build applications for any deployment platform – mobile web, web, native desktop, and native mobile.

Efficiency and Performance

The framework provides you with the maximum possible speeds. It uses massively server-side rendering and web workers. Further, it gives you full control over the scalability.

Templates

The platform also comes with a range of declarative templates. You can use already existing components or build your own.

Support

Another standout feature of the framework is its customer support. Available via email, you can easily get your questions answered within no time. Further, there is detailed documentation also available. Additionally I can tell that it is also pretty helpful. You can get specific help and information about any IDE and editor.

Ease of Use

The platform is straightforward and user friendly. It features syntax highlighting, multiple shortcuts, and auto-completion, along with featuring simple terms that can be understood seamlessly.

Multi-Language Support

The platform supports multiple programming languages for your project. So You can build front-end UI using Angular and then communicate with the server using any server programming languages on the backend.

The Angular Framework can be differentiated in two branches:

  • Angular 1 or Angular JS
  • all the other Angular X versions.

The former is a DOM compiler, that takes HTML as input and compiles it into a web application. It was primarily designed to help developers design their applications without having to write any code. Since it does not require any advanced skills, anyone with basic HTML knowledge can develop their application in no time.

The newer versions that came after are more of a logical endpoint of this transformation. Unlike Angular 1, it is not a DOM compiler, instead, it is an implementation of the web components. Detailed components are written in JavaScript – containing the data, logic, and templates, etc. Since the template becomes a part of the component, there is no requirement for HTML pages. This other branch of Angular is more suitable for JavaScript programmers.

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