The open-source JS framework developed by Google engineers in 2010, Angular is used for dynamic web applications. A huge advantage to Angular is that its data binding and dependency injection eliminates a lot of the code that a developer would otherwise have to write.
Like React, Angular does provide reusable components, and it enables developers to achieve more functionality with short code. It also enables the creation of single page applications in a very clean and maintainable way.
In addition to all of that, AngularJS applications can run on all major browsers and smartphones, including Android and iOS based phones and tablets.
Companies like Samsung, PayPal and Microsoft are using Angular because of its efficient design architecture, code reusability and its faster end-to-end app development. As of 2020, frameworks like Angular are on the brink of overriding traditional frameworks like jQuery.
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