Apps Made Easy With Angular

If you have ever been around anything web-based, there is a good chance you have heard or come across angular. Angular for those unfamiliar is a framework that allows for a wide range of possibilities. Angular all stems from 4 main parts: components, dependency injection, property bindings and typescript. Components are what Angular is entirely composed of. Most things created in Angular are components or collection of components. While there are still a few other concepts to angular, components are the most prominent. Components are usually comprised of HTML, CSS and JS but with angular, these are all combined into an easy to manipulate sense to allow for customization of the components. The next part of angular is the dependency injection which helps largely with dependency management. Dependencies are all in a collection together and when new components are created, the dependency for that object is automatically created and put into the collection alongside the other dependencies. This allows for the user to easily streamline dependency management as angular is able to “automatically” create and track dependencies. The next main aspect of angular is the property bindings. What this means is that the data that the app contains is separate from the what is being presented. This allows for the user to make changes to this data and automatically have it update and be displayed on the presentation side. This allows for the user to seamlessly update anything needed in real time. The last part of angular is the support and use of typescript. Javascript, for the ones unaware, is a subset of typescript. Typescript allows for a very straight forward approach to writing javascript. The user is able to write the code needed in typescript and it will be automatically generated into javascript to be used by the app.

The main benefit of angular is allowing for users to easily be able to build large scale apps with everything being self-contained in the program. A lot of the complicated processes that went along with developing apps are now very easy to be implemented with Angular. People that are not skilled in javascript generally have a much easier time adapting typescript due to the fact that the syntax is not all too different from java. Most skilled programmers are able to pickup and implement typescript rather quickly. This allows for almost anyone to be able to create and build large scale apps without having to personally be responsible for many of the complications that would prevent people from trying.

If you want to learn more, this website has a great overview of Angular:

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