Professional Development in Angular Language

AngularJS is the framework for dynamic web apps. It allows you to use HTML as a template language and lets you extend HTML syntax to express your app components in a clear and concise manner. Data binding and the dependency injection of AngularJS eliminate most of the code you need to write. Everything happens in the browser, making it a good tool for any server technology.

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AngularJS is not a single part of building the general puzzle of a web application client. It handles all the DOM and AJAX glue code you've written manually and puts it in a well-defined structure. This allows AngularJS to understand how to build CRUD applications. But while you're stubborn, try to make sure your opinions are just a starting point that you can easily change. AngularJS comes with the following features ready to use:

  • All you need to build a CRUD application in a cohesive collection: data binding, form validation, routing, reusable components, basic template directives, deep linking, and dependency injection.
  • Testable history: unit test, end-to-end test, simulation, and test harness.
  • A seed application that uses the directory layout and test scripts as a starting point.

Pros and Cons of Angular Language

Let's briefly review the key benefits of making the original AngularJS shine in other front-end development frameworks and outline the key disadvantages of the tool.



  • Bidirectional data connection. Angular language uses the model-view-controller architecture construction. The structure synchronizes the model and the view. As the data in the model changes, the View changes. Bi-directional data linking allows engineers to reduce development time because there is no need to write additional code to provide continuous visualization and model synchronization.
  • Instruction. This feature actually enables the HTML extension mentioned above. Policies allow developers to assign special behavior to document object models (DOMs), allowing engineers to create dynamic and rich content using HTML.
  • Dependency Injection. Dependencies define how different pieces of code interact and how changes in a component affect other components. Usually, dependencies are defined directly on the component itself. Therefore, each change in a dependency requires a component change. With Angular language, you can use an injector that defines dependencies as an external element to separate a component from its dependencies. Dependency injection makes components easier to reuse and easier to manage and test.
  • Community. From the outset, this language has become very popular among engineers. A strong community provides enough training materials, discussions, and third-party tools to get started with Angular and find solutions to just about any problem.


  • Performance. Dynamic apps don’t always work well. Due to their size, complex SPAs can be delayed and inconvenient to use.
  • Steep learning curve. As the Angular is a versatile language, there is always more than one way to accomplish any task. This brought some confusion to the engineers. However, a variety of tutorials and discussion of problems can solve most problems.

After the launch of Angular 2 and Angular 4, the use of the original AngularJS 1.x began to slowly decrease. Although the new versions still have the same functionality as described in the Benefits, they are completely rebuilt in the new version.

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