AngularJSAngular JS is a Popular JavaScript frame-work used to build powerful, interactive websites with sleek animations and pleasant user experience. Angular’s powerful directives are markers on a DOM element that can be easily added to a web application’s HTML templates. And it’s 2-way data binding helps developers write less code. Angular JS is maintained by Google and its popularity has increased significantly in recent years.

AngularJS redefines how to build front-end applications. Instead of being afraid to cross the boundary between HTML and JavaScript, it takes it head-on.

Application frameworks, like Backbone, EmberJS, and others, require developers to extend from JavaScript objects that are specific to their frameworks. Although this approach has its merits, it unnecessarily pollutes your object space and requires you to have intimate knowledge of abstract objects that exist in memory. But we accept it because the web wasn’t originally designed to be as interactive as we expect it to be today, and we need frameworks to help us close the gap between JavaScript and HTML.

AngularJS is an MV* framework that is ideal for use when building client-side single-page apps. It is not a library, but a framework for building dynamic web pages. It focuses on extending HTML and providing dynamic data binding, and it plays well with other frameworks (e.g., jQuery).

If you are building a single-page app, AngularJS will be perfect for you. Gmail, Google Docs, Twitter, and Facebookall fit into the AngularJS sweet spot. Game development and other apps that heavily manipulate the DOM or need pure speed are not good fits for AngularJS.

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