Businesses of today are striving to become highly digital for enhancing their presence and growth. As the world becomes increasingly digital, companies and businesses across the broad spectrum of industries are becoming more focused on tools that can help the companies tap into this change for their benefit. What that means is that companies need robust apps and websites that can help them reach out to users across all geographies. Now, what tools should one use for building such solutions? Angular has emerged as the preferable robust frontend tool that supplies components that assist people to write easy-to-use, readable, and maintainable code.  And, while AngularJS is a front-end Javascript-based framework - it primarily is used to build processes of single-page web applications (SPAs).

Lots of experts recommend Angular and here are some of this framework’s key features to help show you why:

  1. Architecture: Instead of the MVC architecture, Angular now makes use of a component-based architecture. How is it different? Well, with the new architecture, developers find it much easier to structure the apps. Plus, the app is then really just a collection of these independent yet logical and functional components which means developers can easily reuse said components across the entire development lifecycle.
  2. Command Line Interface (CLI): Easily one of the best features of Angular is Command Line Interface which helps save a considerable amount of time across the entire process, starting from configuration of dependencies to bringing all of it together, CLI takes care of everything.
  3. Ahead-of-time (AOT) compiler: Angular also comes equipped with a handy compiler referred to as the Ahead-of-time (AOT) compiler. What this means is that both the HTML and TypeScript code is compiled into the JavaScript code before the code is downloaded and executed by the browser.

Now that we understand Angular’s potential and some of the many, many features it brings to the table, let us also look at some of the main use cases for Angular, i.e. in what contexts this framework makes sense.

  1. Progressive web apps: One of the most sought-after types of digital solutions in today’s market, progressive web apps are rendered substantially simpler to develop with Angular. In addition to the integrated support for PWAs, this Google offering also offers robust community support and documentation to ease PWA development.
  2. Enterprise web apps: If you are looking to develop large-scale and extensive apps, Angular is the framework for you. Thanks to features such as Angular’s architecture, CLI, and countless other similar provisions, enterprises often find that the development of their apps is greatly simplified with this nifty framework.
  3. Single page apps Angular comes loaded with a variety of tools that are conducive to the development of SPAs as well as other websites and apps with dynamically changing content, i.e. the content changes based on the individual user’s interaction and engagement with the app.

This front-end development framework has long proven its worth as a top-notch development tool for the requirement of the modern, increasingly digital enterprise. In addition to the fact that it is a Google-backed offering, Angular’s array of robust features and new-age functionalities ensure companies can build rock-solid products. This is the reason why some of the most famous digital offerings in the world, such as YouTube, Google Cloud, UpWork, and PayPal, have been built using this framework. You too can put this framework’s many benefits to work for your business and you can kick start that project by looking for a trusted name for custom Angular web development services to assist with your development project.

Author's Bio: 

Kaushal Shah manages digital marketing communications for the enterprise technology services provided by Rishabh Software.