With the explosive growth of web applications, it’s important more than ever for developers and organizations to fully leverage the web’s power by investing in the right framework. There are almost too many options to choose from, but one framework stands above the rest….AngularJS.
Let’s take a look at some important qualities of this tool and see how it could benefit you.
Community - Another important aspect to consider would be the AngularJS community. Aside from the excellent API documentation, Angular has a very impressive community support. From stackoverflow to IRC and even from the creators themselves. In 2013, AngularJS was ranked #4 on the most contributed open source projects in the world. Impressive, huh? Their constant meet-ups and the conferences show how passionate the creators, maintainers, supporters, sponsors, and contributors are about this amazing technology.
Efficiency - All these benefits translate accordingly on the business side of things. Less boilerplate code equals less development time. More testability equals fewer bugs in your application, which equals less QA and UAT time and resources. Less time and resources equal shorter timelines and smaller budgets. Sounds like a win-win, right?
For a showcase of apps built with AngularJS visit: https://www.madewithangular.com/
Increasing interest over time in the US (2004 to Present):
View the full report in Google Trends here.
AngularJS is rapidly becoming the go-to front-end framework for web-apps and developers love it. What do you think of Angular? Let us know by commenting below.
Alex Castillo is an Associate Director at DOOR3 and has played an essential role with leading the Front-End Development Team.
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