Angular is one of our important framework in frontend development. We have already done number of projects including web applications, mobile applications etc. using this framework. Angular is a Typescript-based open-source web application framework led by the Angular Team at Google and by a community of individuals and corporations.
Angular is an open-source front-end web framework mainly maintained by Google and by a community of individuals and corporations to address many of the challenges encountered in developing single-page applications.
Angular is built on the latest standards of the web platform. Targeting such a wide range of browsers is challenging because they do not support all features of modern browsers.
Angular apps load quickly with the new Component Router, which delivers automatic code-splitting so users only load code required to render the view they request.
Quickly create UI views with simple and powerful template syntax. Command line tools: start building fast, add components and tests, then instantly deploy. Get intelligent code completion, instant errors, and other feedback in popular editors and IDEs.
Create accessible applications with ARIA-enabled components, developer guides, and built-in a11y test infrastructure.
Due to popular demand, the Angular team added schematics support so you can now create and publish new libraries to extend Angular functionality.
In latest versions of Angular, an efficiency feature was introduced and you now get warnings when your bundle is over 2MB in size when you run the build command. It goes a step further to show error messages when your bundle gets to 5MB in size. You can however personally adjust these error and warnings settings to your own personal bundle size limit by modifying the Angular.json file.
When you are utilizing SPA, you do not have to refresh the entire page; simply load the page, which should be changed. Angular enables you to pre-load and cache every one of your pages, so you need not bother with additional request to download them.
Regardless of whether client loses web association, SPA still works since all pages are loaded already.
It provides data binding capability to HTML. Thus, it gives user a rich and responsive experience.