Angular

Angular

The most popular JS framework

Angular is a JavaScript framework developed by Google in 2009 and recognized as one of the most popular and complete frameworks. It has received high praise from the developer community. According to the StackOverflow 2019 survey, 30.7% of software engineers are now using AngularJS and the new Angular 2+ version to create user interfaces. Since the start of 2019, the Angular developer community has grown by 50% compared to 2018, as reported in NG-Conf 2019.

Indeed, it natively embeds a number of features qualifying it for the development of web applications, even the most complex. Thanks to its evolution, Angular is however also suitable for any desktop or mobile application project. Quick to deploy and powerful, it knows how to convince small and large companies.

Best reasons to opt for this tool

Unlike one of its main competitors, React, Angular isn’t just for building components. On the contrary, it is a complete framework offering the developer all the tools necessary for the development of web, mobile and desktop applications. Including http routing or management tools, Angular includes everything a business may need to develop an application. It also allows them to evolve as the needs of a business develop.

Another major advantage is that Angular is based on native web programming interfaces (APIs), but also uses HTML and CSS. All these elements are familiar to web developers and make it easier to get started and understand the framework. On the other hand, coding with Angular is not coding in pure JavaScript but in TypeScript, which makes it a little more complex to learn.

In addition to the open source community, the main team behind Angular belongs to the giant Google. It therefore has its support. This ensures long-lasting, regularly updated and secure technology, which is not about to be abandoned.

Like other JavaScript frameworks like React or Vue, Angular enables the development of complex single-page applications, a web trend popular with businesses. The advantage of these SPAs (for single-page application) is that they do not reload an entire page if only some of its elements have changed. HTML is only sent and loaded once and only data is then sent or requested as requests to the server. The performance of the site is better and the user experience optimized.

Unlike React, Angular natively embeds all the features necessary for the development of SPA. However, it imposes a less flexible way of working which may make it more suitable for a new development than for an upgrade. Angular remains easy to deploy. Technically, it simply consists of an index page. html, along with a set of CSS pages and a set of JavaScript pages. This ease of implementation sets it apart from many other server-side applications.

In addition to its excellent front-end performance, Angular finally knows how to communicate with the back-end to extract the necessary data. This can be done using ancillary technology, for example by associating Angular with Node, or another server-side programming language like Java or PHP.

If you want to start using it

The w3bai.com/ is a good tutorial which is specially designed to help you learn AngularJS as quickly and efficiently as possible. First you will learn the basics of AngularJS: directives, expressions, filters, modules, and controllers. Then you will learn everything you need to know about AngularJS: Events, DOM, Forms, Entry, Validation, Http, and more.

Sources

http://www.w3bai.com/fr/angular/angular_examples.html

https://webojob.ch/technologies/javascript/angular

https://www.altexsoft.com/blog/engineering/the-good-and-the-bad-of-angular-development/

https://www.freecodecamp.org/news/angular-a-journey-into-one-of-the-most-popular-front-end-tools-in-todays-job-market/

https://yalantis.com/blog/when-to-use-angular/


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