Dynamic & Interactive web applications with Angular
A flexible framework for building smoother applications.
What is Angular?
The Angular development framework
Angular is a development framework for building web applications. The framework is developed and maintained by Google. Angular is a TypeScript-based open-source web application framework. The framework makes it easy to develop front-end applications. It also helps improve the performance of those applications. Angular uses a component-based architecture. This means an application is divided into small components, each with a specific purpose. This makes it easier to develop and maintain large applications. Angular also uses a declarative programming paradigm. This makes code more readable and easier to understand. The framework also includes several tools that make developing and testing Angular applications easier.
Why you should use Angular
A benefit of Angular development is that it allows for a high degree of flexibility. You can use Angular to create single-page applications, or SPAs, web applications that only require one page to load. This makes them much faster and smoother to use than traditional web applications. Additionally, you can also use Angular to create mobile apps.
the goal of Angular is to make development and testing easier by modularizing code. This means that Angular developers can use different "modules" for different parts of their APPs, and each module has its own specific functions. This approach makes code more readable and maintainable, as well as more testable. Modularity also allows for better reuse of code, which can save time and effort in the development process. In short, Angular's modularity makes it a more powerful and flexible tool for web developers. Angular has a built-in dependency injection system that allows components to be quickly injected into one another. This makes it easy to create complex applications with a modular structure
Code testing made easy
Angular has emerged as one of the best frameworks for testing. Thanks to its modularity and dependency injection, Angular makes it easy to create isolated tests that can be run independently of the rest of the codebase. In addition, Angular’s component-based architecture makes it easy to stub out dependencies, allowing tests to focus on a single component without being affected by changes in other parts of the code. As a result, Angular’s features make it an ideal framework for writing high-quality tests.