Angular al­lows de­vel­op­ers to cre­ate rich client-side ap­pli­ca­tions and is main­tained by Google. This open-source front-end frame­work al­lows for a range of web and mo­bile ap­pli­ca­tions. Angular can serve as a com­plete clientside so­lu­tion, with fea­tures like val­i­da­tion, deep link­ing and reusable com­po­nents.

Angular has found par­tic­u­lar use in the cre­ation of large sys­tems that are in­tended for big­ger en­ter­prises or or­gan­i­sa­tions.

How it’s used

Angular code is highly op­ti­mized for to­day’s JavaScript virtual ma­chines, giv­ing ap­pli­ca­tions all the ben­e­fits of hand-writ­ten code with the pro­duc­tiv­ity of a frame­work. It also has a va­ri­ety of tools to en­able every­thing from test­ing to an­i­ma­tion. It even as­sists de­vel­op­ers in en­sur­ing com­po­nents are ac­ces­si­ble and com­pli­ant with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, or WCAG, via ARIA-labelled com­po­nents.

The ben­e­fits

Angular’s mod­u­lar­ity en­ables Angular code to be read­able, con­sis­tent and easy-to-fol­low. Although Angular does have a learn­ing curve, this en­sures that the re­sult­ing ap­pli­ca­tion will be of a very high stan­dard.

Due to be­ing main­tained by Google, Angular ben­e­fits from reg­u­lar up­dates and thor­ough doc­u­men­ta­tion, as well as a vi­brant com­mu­nity of con­trib­u­tors.

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