Will you stick around on a site that takes an eternity to load? There’s an even better question. Will you feel like making a website that takes an eternity create? Both answers are certainly a big no and AngularJS might just be your solution. Over 876 million web pages are floating around in the internet world and which framework you choose to create your web page might just become the deciding factor. So, is AngularJS the best for your next project? Why should you consider this? Find out.
This is perhaps the most important reason to choose any framework, and being open source makes things even better. AngularJS is created by a group from Google who chips in with their advice in forums and tutorials. Similarly, other developers organise meets and discussions which might help you if you get stuck. If you need help, it’s always available.
No doubt that other development frameworks (like PHP) use a similar structure. With these, you had to segregate your application into folders and bind them together by writing your own codes. AngularJS does this for you. Just create the necessary folders, and the rest is taken care of.
And in a much simpler fashion. AngularJS allows you to encode the state of a web page in the form of a URL and use as a bookmark. So, next time when you click on that URL, the web page in the same state reloaded on your browser. All these, with few simple codes.
Apart from eliminating the need for wrappers, setters and class declarations, AngularJS makes upgradation easy as well. With two-way data binding, any modifications in the user-side are immediately reflected on the application objects. All necessary patterns are updated no matter where the change is made, be it modular changes or browser events.
As if using HTML based coding was good enough, AngularJS lets you extend its functionalities as well. You can create logics and enhance your coding productivity. Use direct HTML elements like. <listing></listing> or customize it like <div listing></div>