In a nutshell: Angular integrates HTML codes and web/mobile app modules to form a framework. From model-binding, routing, dependency injection—making it easier to test and design single-page application—and creating customised reusable components, Angular is a powerful web framework.
For web app and mobile app developers, Angular is simply a must. If you have a few minutes to spare, I’d like to share with you some reasons why Angular may profitably help your business.
- Architecture Design
AngularJS development is a simpler design architecture for web apps. This makes it easy for developers (who are worth their weight in salt) to use and enhance particular, client-specific features. Many web and mobile applications contain a large number of components and complex requirements that can become a hassle to maintain.
- Improved Organisation
Angular optimises the code-organisation process. Pipes, components, services and directives must be organised into one or several buckets (called “modules”). This improves the organisation of application functionality, making it easier to divvy the app into several features within one bucket. One benefit of this is: several app features can be loaded in the background (or on-demand) simultaneously—in one bucket—separate from the rest of the app. As a business owner, this means your products using Angular will load significantly faster compared to your competitors’ products who don’t use Angular. In today’s world, speed is in high-demand, and customers (i.e: people) love speed.
This level of consistency Angular brings to table has a “secret weapon.” Productivity. Since many components and services appear similar, application code that’s reusable are put into ES6/ES2015 modules, allowing code to remain self-contained and self-responsible. In laymen’s terms, this means writing one component lets you write another component using similar guidelines and structure. Not having to rewrite the same code multiple times frees up the workload and time consumption it takes to program and code. This level of production frees teams up to apply their energies and expertise in other areas of app development. Which spells good news for you as a business owner whichever way you look at it. What business (in any industry) doesn’t benefit from workers who are proficient at what they do?
AngularJS isn’t the end-all be-all; not by a long mile. Some companies use AngularJS 1.x, Angular 2, React, and even jQuery (though for the life of me I cannot understand why). Plus, Angular doesn’t require a lot time to master the learning curve. If you bring a new developer on the team, expect a proficient Angular programmer in roughly 2 weeks or so. This is a considerably short time, considering the complexities of other frameworks out there. In short, this means your business isn’t hung up on the details with its tail between its legs, embarrassed that it can’t meet the deadlines of clients.