Angular
What is Angular ?

Angular is a platform and framework for building single-page client applications using HTML and TypeScript. It implements core and optional functionality as a set of TypeScript libraries that you import into your apps.

Why angular is so popular?

The reason for the popularity of Angular was that it enables secure binding of data to HTML elements. Angular directives explored a way to build HTML+CSS modular components. This was the first one that gained immense popularity over the rest of the JavaScript frameworks.

Features of Angular?

  • Angular Material - Angular has in-built components such as navigation elements, layout, button, indicators, and data tables. Besides creating an appealing application interface, it develops applications like Google drive, Android OS, Gmail etc.
  • Angular 8 - Differential loading. Differential loading is a new feature that lets you use version 8 of the Angular CLI to create two different production bundles of your app.
  • Desktop applications - Angular facilitates you to create desktop installed apps on different types of operating systems i.e. Windows, Mac or Linux by using the same Angular methods which we use for creating web and native apps.
  • Native applications - You can built native apps by using Angular with strategies from Cordova, Ionic, or NativeScript.
  • Progressive web applications - Progressive web applications are the most common apps which are built with Angular. Angular provides modern web platform capabilities to deliver high performance, offline, and zero-step installation apps.