Angular JS

Angular JS :

If you are a bit updated about the latest web development technologies, then Angularjs is a familiar name to you. Angular is a JavaScript open-source framework which was designed particularly for single-page web applications using MVC architectural pattern. It is not a full-stack, but a front-end framework dealing basically with your webpages.

After the release of Angular 2, a complete revamp of the first version, this framework created a lot of hype. Now, they have come up with Angular 4  and that’s even better. Hence, this Google product is well deserved to stay in the top web development framework’s list and consider this a crucial part of your next web development project.


Heading straight to the source is a great place to start with Angular. You’ll learn more about specific tactics for developing with Angular and stay up-to-date on the newest releases on the official Google AngularJS blog.

An interesting recent post from the blog is that Google will be returning the license arrangement for AngularJS to the original MIT license. As Google states, “What we've heard from users in the Angular community is that you prefer the MIT license. It's more widely used within JavaScript projects, it's shorter, and it’s better understood.”

Angular Animations


·                     Configure options and set input variables within animations

·                     Define reusable animations using animation()

·                     Query for inner elements within animations using query()

·                     Stagger multiple elements within an animation using stagger()

·                     Enable queried elements to trigger their own animations

·                     Orchestrate a full-blown animation when routes change