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AngularJS Tutorial

This tutorial has been designed to help you learn AngularJS as quickly as possible. Here, we are going to cover basic as well as advanced concepts with appropriate examples to give you a complete overview of AngularJS. To learn this framework, you need to have a basic knowledge of JavaScript, HTML, CSS, and web applications. Without wasting much time, let's get into the Angular JS tutorial part.

What is AngularJS?

AngularJS is an open-source Javascript MVC (Model, View Controller) framework which is widely employed for developing web applications. It has become one of the most popular frameworks at present due to its unique features. The AngularJS framework is mainly used to develop single-page applications.

AngularJS has got the ability to transform the static HTML into a dynamic one. This framework enhances the capabilities of HTML with its built-in attributes, components and also helps in creating custom attributes using simple JavaScript.

AngularJS has been developed by a group of people at Google and it has got a large community that makes it up to date. It always comes up with new features to meet market requirements.

What makes AngularJS more Popular?

The biggest and in fact the true factor that contributes to the popularity is nothing but the global community support of AngularJS. Actually, many designers are working with developers and are also contributing to enhancing the overall reliability, as well as the credibility of AngularJS. It is equipped with a unique feature, i.e., two-way data binding which makes it simple to work with. Also, AngularJS is considered as a full-fledged framework. It contains many top-class features when compared to ReactJS. In addition to this, it simply prompts rendering.

CDN Access:

You can also have access to the Content Delivery Network (CDN) that will allow you to access the regional data centers. Here the CDN takes the responsibility to transfer the data between your own servers to a series of external servers. It also brings you an advantage; if a user of your site has already downloaded a copy of AngularJS from the same CDN, then there is no need to re-download it.

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