What is AngularJS?
Whenever an application, website, program, or anything else is coded, there are countless strings that you repeat over and over to make a system work or display correctly. As a result, the back end of any of these can be incredibly long and hard to source what you need when an issue arises. AngularJS takes that long script and parses it significantly by utilizing a framework and a library.
- Increased protection from errors
- Faster troubleshooting
- Faster development time
- Easier modification
Let’s assume that you do still manage to have an error within the AngularJS framework. There is still something broken, and a fix is needed. In cases like this, having a significantly shorter back end code allows you to isolate the problem more quickly and get the program or design back up and running.