There’s one big question: Which one you’ll pick for your next project between Angular vs React?
There are a lot of comparable and unique features in each of them, and both are well suited for creating a project with efficiency in any number of different circumstances. However, you need to factor in other variables like budget, time, effectiveness, learning curve, and so on before deciding.
We’ll discuss and dive deep into the features and benefits of both Angular and React to guide you toward the best solution for you.
Let’s get started!
What Is Angular?
Angular is a TypeScript-based open-source platform and web application framework developed by a team from Google. The framework helps to create single-page applications using TypeScript and HTML. Angular is the technology you want if you’re looking to build applications for both mobile and web.
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Unlike other frameworks, Angular offers two-way data-binding. This means that if you change a value in the input box, it will automatically update the added property value of the component class. In other words, it will create a real-time, flawless synchronization of data between model and view.
You may already be aware of this fact, but it bears repeating for new developers in the field who may mistake Angular and AngularJS for the same thing: They aren’t.
Why Should You Use Angular?
In Angular, everything happens under the same hood. It offers an ecosystem that allows you to create your application effortlessly. Features like templating, two-way binding, RESTful API modularization, Ajax handling, dependency injection, and many more features make your application development accessible and compact.
Though we’ll have a detailed discussion about Angular features in the features section, here are some of the main reasons you should consider picking Angular.
The primary advantage of using Angular is Google. Google has long-term support for Angular. That’s why it’s still scaling up the Angular ecosystem.
All Google apps that you encounter use the Angular framework. As confidence in the framework grows, other developers also find opportunities to learn from seasoned Angular professionals.
This article was written by Zadhid Powell and originally published on Blog – Kinsta®.