Mobile users account for more than half of the online traffic so as a business, you should be focusing on mobile to grow your company. Building a mobile application does not need to take a lot of time and effort if you use a tool like Angular.
There are several benefits to using Angular. It allows native app building and development of progressive web apps and desktop apps across all platforms. You can easily convert templates into highly optimized code. Angular works with PHP, Node.js, .NET, and other platforms.
Applications built with Angular load very quickly and it allows for fast UI view creation thanks to templates. There are plenty of available IDEs and testing tools, command-line interface, and high-performance animation.
Originally released in 2012, Angular is still in active development. It uses MVC (Model-View-Controller), consisting of
- Model – receiving the input from the controller and managing information
- View – representing the received information
- Controller – responding to the various inputs and sending the information from the input to the model.
Angular uses directives which are markers on a DOM element. They instruct the HTML compiler to transform the DOM element and its children or to attach a behavior to the particular element.
Thanks to existing templates, developers can build applications fast and with very clean and well-structured code. And being compatible, applications built with Angular can run on both mobile and desktop platforms.
The ability to create clean, efficient, and cross-platform applications means that you can save a lot of effort, money, and time for the development of your mobile application.
And being a framework, Angular makes it possible for developers to reuse the code really easily. This means lower time to market and improved productivity of your development team.
Overall, Angular allows for the development of applications that are easy to maintain, with clean, reusable, and bug-free code. So if you are looking to have a cross-platform application, and save time and money for the development, you should definitely consider using Angular.