- Using React and Angular one can create a highly modular web app. So, you don’t need to go through a lot of changes in your code base for adding a new feature.
- Angular and React also allows you to create a native mobile application with the same JS, CSS & HTML knowledge.
· Best part – Open source library with highly active community support
Angular is an open-source front-end development framework powered by Google. It is a part of MEAN stack and is compatible with a large number of code editors and is considered for creating dynamic websites and web apps.
Its most recent stable version is Angular 7, while Google still supports the first version, i.e., AngularJS.
1. Better User Experience
2. Time saving
In the case of React, the app development companies can reuse the code components at distinct levels at any point of time. Besides, the components are isolated to each other and changes in one does not affect the other, which makes it easier to manage the updates.
3. Quick Development
React allows the developers to reuse the existing code and apply hot reloading into the process. This approach not only improves the app performance but also accelerates the development speed.
4. Faster Testing
React extensively uses Redux which cut down the hassle of storing and managing component states in large-sized and complex applications with enormous dynamic elements. It helps the developers to add application state in a single object and empower every component of the app to access the application state without involving child components or using callback.
5. Code Stability with One-directional data binding
ReactJS let the developers work directly with the components and employ downward data binding to ensure that the parent entities do not get affected by the changes of child entities.
Benefits of Angular Front-End Development Framework
1. Cleaner Code
2. Higher Performance
Angular has a hierarchical dependency injection, much better than that of AngularJS, in which classes are not dependent on each other. They rather turn towards the external sources, which delivers higher performance to the Angular mobile applications.
3. Material Design-like Interface
Angular offers pre-built material design components across navigation elements, form controls, pop ups, layouts, and data tables. This helps the mobile app developers to overcome the Google Material Design’s impact on Mobile app design and design a digital product that users need in the long run.
4. Better Error Handling
The latest version of Angular, i.e. Angular 7 also offers features like an upgraded error handling process for @Output in the scenarios where a property is not initialized.
5. Seamless Updates using Angular CLI
Angular CLI (Command Line Interface) is easy to install and use, newcomer-friendly, offers innovative testing tools and simpler commands and is supported by various engineers and platforms, which make it possible to update even those components having a third-party dependency.
When to Use React for Developing an App?
React is the right fit for your app project when:-
- You need a highly customized specific app solution.
- A myriad of components with different and often variable states – active/inactive navigation items, dynamic inputs, user login and access permissions, buttons enabled/disabled, etc. is involved in the development process.
- Components are expected to be shared across multiple applications as the app project expands.
- You wish to spend time on pre-development preparation.
When to Consider Angular for App Development?
Going with the Angular framework in a good choice when:-
- Your team has experience with Java, C# and previous versions of Angular.
- App complexity lies from Low to Medium level.
- You embrace ready-to-use solutions and need higher productivity.
- You wish to embrace Bundle Budgets in CLI option, which informs the developers when the app bundle size exceeds by the pre-decided value. In other words, selecting Angular is the right decision when you want to regulate app size.
- You need a large-scale feature-rich application.
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