How AngularJS Gets Your Website Up and Running Faster
What really makes Angular attractive, though, is the fact that it significantly speeds up the development of web applications, and in turn, the development of your website. In just a few minutes — in some cases, five minutes or less — you can build a simple Angular app just by adding a few attributes to your HTML scripts. When you are in a time crunch, such a simple framework can make your life easier and ensure that you meet your deadlines.
How Angular JS Speeds Up Your Development
Some of the other benefits include:
A Google Development Community. One of the major issues with other open source frameworks is that many were developed by hobbyists, which means that they may or may not be as robust or reliable as a commercially developed open source product like Angular.
Because Angular was developed by Google engineers, it not only has a solid community of support behind it, it’s also an efficient and reliable code that is unlikely to give you trouble in the long run. (Still, simply having such a large network of experts ready to help when you do run into issues can help ensure your project continues to move forward.)
An All-Inclusive Solution. Unlike other frameworks, Angular doesn’t require additional frameworks and plugins to work. It’s designed to be a rapid solution, and therefore includes all of the tools and pieces you need to create a rich experience for the user and ensure that the application works fast and does what it’s supposed to do.
Easily testable. Every developer has to deal with software bugs, changes to the requirements of the project, and documentation issues, and as a result has to find ways to develop more efficient testing practices. Because Angular JS uses dependency injection to create and manage dependencies, creating loosely coupled applications is a snap.
In fact, most development jobs are requiring applicants to have experience with the framework, and Google itself uses the framework internally. This has led some to predict that there will be significant support for enterprise and legacy versions coming soon, as well as tools for migrating existing web applications to the Angular framework.
For now, though, AngularJS is a solid choice when you need to quickly develop a web application, and get your site up and running in no time. Expect to hear a great deal more about this technology going forward, and for it to continue to dominate the development landscape.
Originally published on www.worryfreelabs.com