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Published on July 3rd, 2016 | by Guest


Why should Web Developers learn AngularJS?

The web application world has seen many frameworks come and go. As an instance, SproutCore gained the top position but soon replaced by BackboneJS, which further given way to EmberJS.

Angular JS is yet another popular framework that has apparently replaced almost every framework available out there. A self-proclaimed and open source superheroic JavaScript Framework is gaining a lot of popularity lately. Developed and launched back in 2009 by Adam Abrons and Misko Hevery, it has become a buzzword in web application development. The Javascript Framework, Angular JS, is written in JavaScript which enables utilizing HTML as a template language.

Why Should Web Developer Learm Angu_lar JS

It has been used widely in creating highly robust and scalable SPA (Single Page Application). In fact, according to a report by Libscore, it has been used by more than 9,000 websites including world’s various well-recognized companies such as ABC News, Walgreens, NBC, Sprint and more.

For those who are not aware of SPAs, they are web applications and websites that comprise a single web page, providing an enticing and seamless user experience.

So if you haven’t tried AngularJS for your business, you are missing out on a lot. It is considered to be the next generation framework where every tool is developed to work in collaboration with another tool.

Here are some of the reasons that justify the popularity of AngularJS and persuade you to learn it and use it for your next project.

  1. Appropriate MVC model

A majority of frameworks integrate MVC model by convincing you to divide your app into MVC components, then demand you to write code to put them together again. This consumes a lot of time and efforts. However, Angular incorporates MVC by asking you to divide your app into MVC components, and then allow Angular to do the rest of the job. This Javascript framework handles your components and also caters as a bridge that interconnects them.

  1. Effective handling of dependencies

AngularJS also works really well with dependency injection. For SPAs, it makes it very simple to handle things such as dependencies and dynamic loading and employ them without having to bother about namespace and spinning up an instance. Angular helps you build the desired projects and also manages the whole life cycle of the objects.

The Javascript Framework also enables you to separate the application into logical components that might have dependencies on each other, but are individually initialized. This aids in taking a strategic approach towards testing since it renders only the components that you need.

  1. High Performance

Easy maintenance, efficiency to integrate new features, robustness, intuitive features and ease of use are some things that make this Javascript framework a preferred choice among developers from around the world. As a matter of fact, no developer wants to spend hours on debugging in a coding crisis. Simultaneously, they look for ways to perform minor changes with extra ease and convenience. AngularJS has got you covered.

It offers ease of maintenance and comes packed with advanced features such as Form Validation, Routing, Filters, I18N, API client, content sanitization, scope management, animations, data binding, and directives to make it extremely simple and fast to create web applications.

The most common factor that most of the web developers keep into mind when choosing a platform to build an application is that when they are looking to build something new or integrate a feature into the existing application, does the platform aid or hinder with it. When it comes to choosing AngularJS, you can rest assure that you would have effectiveness in building new features, with the Javascript framework rendering complete support for each stage.

  1. AngularJS allows Parallel Development

There was a time when even thinking of parallel development caused developers to leave projects in the middle. However, Thanks to AngularJS, it is not only possible but also has become extremely easy.

For example, if in an application, there is a huge grid that is employed to drive various key operations, AngularJS breaks down several actions into their own sub-controllers and services that programmers could separately test and code without colliding into each other.

However, considering the same scenario in traditional Javascript application, it could’ve been a mere nightmare for developers to scale it among the team.

  1. Behavior with directives

Angular brings added functionality to HTML through Directives where HTML possesses various rich elements such as <lightbox> </lightbox>, <grid> </grid>, <accordion> </accordion> etc. that does not require you to manipulate the DOM to trigger them. All your apps have to do is to allocate attributes to the elements to bring any out of the box functionality.

With the help of directives in AngularJS, you can invent your own HTML elements. You can also segregate them out of your MVC app by adding your DOM manipulation code into directives. This enables your MVC application only bother about updating the view with new information.

Here are some examples of Directives that come in the form of HTML elements:


custom attributes

<div data-myticker></div>

and custom class names

<div class=”myticker”></div>

  1. Write Less Code

Aside high performance and efficiency, AngularJS reduces the amount of code you have to write to create an application. You no longer have to write your own MVC pipeline. HTML defines the view, which is apparently more brief. You also don’t have to use getters/setters to write data models. It also offers data binding features which eliminate the need of manually adding data into the view.

Also, as mentioned earlier, parallel development is possible with AngularJS with very little integration issues since directives are different from app code.

The JavaScript framework also offers filters that enable you to manipulate data without modifying controllers.

Whether you were aware of AngularJS or merely wanted to get familiar with this technology, I hope the aforementioned points that have made it relatively easier for you to understand AngularJS technology and convinced you enough to learn it.


Author Bio:

Marie Thomas is a WordPress expert and writer by hobby. She is associated with WordSuccor Ltd., providing Custom WordPress Theme Development services to global clients. She has delivered numerous range of quality products related to this. She has a strong passion for writing useful and insights about WordPress tips and tricks.

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