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Getting Started with Angular Step By Step

In this article, I am going to start step-by-step articles to learn Angular front-end web development from basic to advanced topics for beginners and experienced developers. You will build and deploy a real-time client application using angular, typescript, firebase, and the new awesome bootstrap which is used to create a modern website.

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Introduction – What is Angular and Why you should learn it?

Angular is a framework for building client applications in HTML, CSS, and eighter Javascript or a language like a typescript that compiles to Javascript. A typescript is more common in the angular community because Angular itself has been written with TypeScript.

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Now, one question that a lot of beginners have is why do we need angular can we not use plain old JavaScript or jQuery? We certainly can. And that’s how a lot of web applications out there are built. But as our applications get more complex, vanilla JavaScript or jQuery code becomes hard to maintain, we need a way to properly structure our application.

Sure, there are JavaScript patterns (Revealing Module Pattern & Prototype Patterns) out there that help us with the structuring, but these patterns are hard to understand for a lot of beginners to JavaScript. Plus a lot of applications built with vanilla JavaScript or jQuery are hard to test.

Benefits of using Angular

  • Give our application a clean structure.
  • Includes a lot of re-usable code.
  • Makes our applications more testable so we can easily write automated tests to test various parts of our application.

Over the past few years, various frameworks have been built and evolved to make web application development easier. Angular is an example of such a frameworks. It gives our applications a clean and loosely coupled structure that is easy to understand and easy to maintain. It also brings in a lot of utility code that we can reuse in various applications, especially when dealing with the user’s navigation and the browser history.

In the next article, you will learn about the architecture of angular applications.

Conclusion

I hope you liked this article on getting started with angular. I would like to have feedback from my blog readers. Your valuable feedback, question, or comments about this article are always welcome.

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