Angular 2+ (or simply Angular) is an open source platform for the development of web applications with MIT license, evolution of AngularJS. Developed mainly by Google, its first release took place on September 14, 2016.
The applications developed in Angular are executed entirely by the web browser after being downloaded from the web server (client-side processing).
The code generated by Angular runs on all major modern web browsers such as Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Opera, Firefox, Safari and others.
Angular is engineered to provide a quick and easy way to develop applications that run on any platform including smartphones and tablets.
Angular web applications in combination with the open source Bootstrap toolkit become responsive, i.e. the website design adapts to the size of the device used.
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This programming model allows different applications to be assembled using a common set of components, facilitating the reuse of the code; at the same time, the finite structure of the application facilitates its division into modules and the readability of the written code.
It is useful to integrate many features such as the RxJS library for the management of REST calls or routers for the management of transitions from one page to another.
Thanks also to the continuous comparison with other interns it was possible to see clearly how other frameworks such as React show shortcomings in functionality and force the developer to use packages often poorly tested and reliable; Moreover, the continuous releases and updates of the framework guarantee a continuous improvement that other rivals cannot promise with the passing of time.
WHAT ARE THE STRENGTHS OF ANGULAR?
In addition to these features, one of Angular v2.x.x’s battle-horses is the faster learning speed compared to AngularJs, thanks mainly to fairly comprehensive documentation and the great support of the developer communities, which are not excessively affected by the relatively young age of the framework.
There is the possibility of using existingdatabases that contain the credentials of users facilitating them to access the platform, the security apparatus based on the JWT token protocol through which access to information is regulated as well as the maximum connection time after which to request a new login and finally the responsive design which is given the merit of running without problems the application on any type of device.
Angular is used for creating single-page applications. SPA, acronym for Single PageApplication, describes applications that are usable in a single “page”, without having to reload all content when changing links. Single-page applications provide a similar experience to desktop applications and this is definitely an advantage in terms of efficiency.
It is used by large companies and the community is constantly expanding and there are many answers for every doubt.
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