Angular JS Makes Web Applications Work More Efficiently
AngularJS is good news for developers because it creates a more efficiently development workflow through logical and flexible methods. For example, it makes a developer divide up their application model view controller (MVC) into components, and then AngularJS manages the interaction of those components, removing the need to write code to make the components interact together. It also has a number of systems to make life easier when writing web applications, including data binding (so that when information changes on the system it is reflected in all of the application); it has built in support for AJAX queries.
AngularJS Extends the Functionality of a Web Page
AngularJS makes web pages into highly functional and adaptable web pages. These means that user experience can be greatly enhanced by the use of AngularJS and its scope for practical implementation in uses such as enterprise solutions is vast. Multiple users can log into a web page and access functions such as ordering, purchasing, e-commerce solutions, requesting information and also providing information.
Integration with Server Technology
All the application interaction happens within the web browser, making it ideal for use for interaction with server technologies. It also makes applications independent of the platform that they are used on. Creating AngularJS apps means that they can be utilised across any number of browsers including Safari, Internet Explorer, Chrome and Opera. They can also be accessed independent of the operating system or type of hardware used to run the software. This means that web applications written in AngularJS can be run on an iPad or a Google Android tablet, or on a Linux, Windows or OS X system. This makes access highly effective and also frees all the users to be in any given geographic location.
How to Implement AngularJS in Your Web Application
You will first need to set up your development environment to build AngularJS applications, by installing AngularJS using Git and also NodeJS. It is best to utilise a web server to make AngularJS requests, so you will need to configure your server accordingly. For more information on how to do this, look at tutorials on how to configure the JSON package to operate using https requests on remote servers. You will need to use Karma and Protractor to test that end to end requests are working, and then you will be able to know that your web application will be configured to behave correctly.
Beginning Your AngularJS Web Application
All AngularJS programs are started from seed projects, and bootstrapped, this ensures that the basic framework is enacted in order to create the app to work properly in the browser environment. Setting up the seed project is the first procedure after configuring the web development server and the development environment. From there you can utilise a number of different templates that will help you to speed up your development process and have your application running up and quickly.