As local market trends begin to skew towards React, it’s easy to question the future of demand for Angular. It’s a one or the other kind of game and makes you wonder which once you should pick up, especially when you’re just entering the fray. Since Facebook
A complete example walk through with code snippets and full code repo
Single-page application frameworks and libraries can be a blessing for developers but a pain when it comes to properly implementing tracking and analytics. If you’ve ever worked with Google Analytics, you would have encountered the global site tag — or gtag.js. Google tells you to pass this code as
The idea of modularity gets thrown around a lot, especially in the space of clean and structured code. It’s one of those ideas that’s just supposed to implement itself if you repeat it enough in a sentence. When it comes to Angular, achieving modularity is more than just
Why things no longer automatically flow both ways
TypeScript. There are a lot of people out there who look at it with derision when they hear that a framework, library or bits of code has been written in. Some people even go as far to avoid using it simply because they view it as another thing to learn.
Because Angular is fat. Like, really fat.
A lot of people tend to complain about how complicated Angular is when compared to React or Vue. This is partly due to misconception, not to mention that React is a library while Angular is a framework — making them very different tools that essentially end up doing the same thing.
There is no doubt that React is causing a front end upheaval when it comes to choosing a method of coding interfaces. Angular feels like it’s been in the market for a long time. However, in reality, the framework as we currently know it was only released in 2016.
A todo app is the equivalent of a ‘Hello world’ application for front-end development. While it covers the CRUD aspect of creating an app, it often only scratches the surface of what a framework or library can do. Angular seems to always be changing and updating — but in reality, there