HTML is great for declaring static documents, but it falters when we try to use it for declaring dynamic views in web-applications. AngularJS lets you extend HTML vocabulary for your application. The resulting environment is extraordinarily expressive, and quick to develop.

Other frameworks deal with HTML’s shortcomings by either abstracting away HTML, CSS, and/or JavaScript or by providing an imperative way for manipulating the DOM. Neither of these address the root problem that HTML was not designed for dynamic views.

AngularJS is a toolset for building the framework most suited to your application development. It is fully extensible and works well with other libraries. Every feature can be modified or replaced to suit your unique development workflow and feature needs. Read on to find out how.

Today, more and more companies have started developing their web and mobile applications with AngularJS.

Here are some reasons, why giants across the industry are adopting this rapidly growing JS framework – and should you consider it for your next project?

Developed by Google:

The major selling point for this framework is, it’s built and managed by Google. This simply means that you are in safe hands just in case you mess anything up. Not just that, you are backed up by a huge community to help you as and when needed. You can also seek professional help if needed. There are many giants offering AngularJS Development Services to help you with any challenge that you face along the way.


There is no better solution than AngularJS for rapid front end development. The best thing with AngularJS is, it is independent of any other plugins or frameworks. Moreover, there are a range of other features that include restful actions, data building, dependency injection, enterprise-level testing, etc.

A Declarative Interface:

When you are utilizing an interface written in JavaScript, then HTML code bolsters that interface. AngularJS utilizes HTML to define apps UI. With HTML, the app development is simplified. So, you should simply characterize the necessities and let AngularJS do alternate occupations of an interface.

Lesser Code – Enhanced Efficiency:

Lesser coding enables developers to focus on efficiency of the application instead of getting busy with some complex stuff. Less code increases the efficiency and enhances the overall user experience by optimizing the application.

Code Reusability:

Helps developers to reuse the same chunk of code written before. Thus, saves time and makes AngularJS a unique framework for the developers.

Simple Architecture:

Simpler the architecture, better the user experience. It is essential for developers to enhance the features that match the client’s requirements. AngularJS works extremely well when it comes to managing the heavy web applications that contain a number of components and complex requirements.

Improved Server Performance:

Because it supports caching and many other processes, Angular reduces the burden from server CPUs. It means that the server performs extremely well - thanks to reduced traffic and because it only serves static files and responds to the API calls.

As with all the frameworks, AngularJS too has some disadvantages. Here are some of them:

Lagging UI:

If you have heavy traffic – and there are more than 2000 fans on your application at the same time, the UI might start lagging to some extent. This means that the possible complexity of Angular forms is limited. This includes big data grids and lists.

Quite Confusing for Novices:

There are multiple ways to do the same thing with AngularJS. Sometimes, it can be hard for novices to say which way is better for a task. Hence, it is imperative for programmers to develop an understanding of the various components and how they help.

Poor Scalability:

Since Angular implementation offers a poor scalability, it can be problematic with the time and as the project grows. With the growing phase of development, you need to through old implementations and to create new versions by adhering different ways.

Final words:

while AngularJS web development is becoming easy due to its wide flexibility and usability – if you are choosing it for your web project, make sure to consider the downfalls of it. If the downfall seems to be manageable, there’s no better framework for AngularJS for your next amazing project.

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Author's Bio: 

Maulik Shah is the Founder and CEO of Biztech Consulting and Solutions, a fast growing IT solutions provider specialising in industrial it solutions. Maulik is a tech enthusiast and writes about the various Aspects of technologies.