10 reason to use Angular on your next project

Over the past few years, Angular become one of the top player in the web app world. It's hard to imagine the development of a modern single page application without Angular.

Reason to use Angular

If you haven't tried Angular yet, you're missing out on why people say JavaScript is the most flexible language in the world. What makes it indispensable is that it is an open source framework that supports highly advanced JavaScript framework and not only increases the effect of HTML but also eases the process of designing right from structuring UI to testing the application.

Angular is the only framework that doesn't make MVC seem like putting lipstick on a pig. Most frameworks nowadays are an integrated tool set, but not very elegant. Angular is the next generation framework where each tool was designed to work with every other tool in an interconnected way.

So, looking at its hold and the pace in the development arena, here are the 10 noteworthy reasons of why Angular is just the right choice for your next project.

1. Large community - Angular has a huge community support. It includes both members of the core development team and those who just stopped by to make some fixes or suggest few improvements for an open-source framework. Angular is immensely popular and there are conferences that are conducted worldwide and also it forms a part of discussions at hackathons and in various IT communities. By choosing Angular you will not only become trendy but also won't have problems with finding developers for supporting your project.

2. Smart MVC implementation - Most frameworks implement MVC by asking you to split your app into MVC components, then require you to write code to string them up together again. In case of Angular, you need to split your app into MVC components, then just let Angular do the rest. Angular manages your components for you and also serves as the pipeline that connects them.

3. Declarative code style - Angular follows declarative paradigm for making patterns. Codes are more lightweight and simpler to read. This declarative approach greatly simplifies app development in a sort of WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) way.





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