2 AngularJS introduction   Actualizado recientemente

2 AngularJS introduction

  • AngularJS is maintained by Google which gives some security when using it.
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  • Is based on web of a page (can be of more) which only updated part of the same.
  • On the other hand have TypeScript say it is an above own JavaScript object oriented programming language, it is maintained by Microsoft and for me is almost a snag when using AngularJS because I like the original JavaScript but on the other hand I see TypeScript as a way of programming in the same language as another totally different way enriching the own JavaScript.
  • Angular JS is a framework for designing applications web and mobile in JavaScript (is the language that runs on your computer when you open a page).

AngularJS is a framework for designing applications websites and mobile maintained by the giant Google. It is a way to simplify the programming.
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What’s Expected from React, Angular, and Vue in 2017

  • Finally released in September, it landed as one of the most complete platforms developers could choose.
  • The framework with the most momentum growth is vue.js .
  • 2016 was a full year for JavaScript, as the language and its frameworks marched forward.
  • Angular2 is a more of a TypeScript framework and many doing “JavaScript” are really doing TypeScript
  • You are : InfoQ Homepage News What’s Expected from React, Angular, and Vue in 2017

JavaScript continues to see tremendous excitement and 2016 was an impressive year. See what’s expected from React, Angular, and Vue.js going into 2017.
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  • Most People know TypeScript from Angular 2.
  • A complete Module covers how to use TypeScript with ReactJS to benefit from its Features, there, too.
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  • As TypeScript is developed by Microsoft and strongly advertised used by Angular 2 (Google) , it’s to stay .

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Angular 4 Beta Version Is Out

  • Angular 4 beta version has been released; check it out .
  • Google will go right to version 4 of its popular JavaScript framework in March 2017 .
  • A major release with easy-to-migrate-over breaking changes every six months.
  • Three monthly minor releases after each major release.
  • Last month, Google surprised everyone when it detailed plans for Angular 3 to be released just six months after Angular 2’s arrival.

I know you’re probably thinking, ‘What happened to Angular 3?’ Well we’re here to tell you that there is Angular 3, but moreover, we’re going to talk a bit about what Angular 4 has in store for us!
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The 3 key benefits of Angular 2

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  • Angular 2 has immediate performance gains over Angular 1, the approach to DOM manipulation and rendering allows Angular 2 applications to run smoothly on a wider range of devices.
  • TypeScript is statically typed, allowing for the TypeScript compiler to catch errors on compilation that would only be caught during runtime in JavaScript
  • While code quality can sometimes be an afterthought we all know how import a clean code base is when developing large/complex apps.
  • TypeScript is updated independent of the browsers, this allows you to constantly be using new features of the language without having to depend on browser updates
  • The convention over configuration nature of Angular 2 apps makes it easier to build large applications with a consistent and easy to learn structure.

After working with Angular 1, and now Angular 2 on a number of projects we’ve discovered some key benefits of using Angular 2 as our go-to JavaScript framework.
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Angular 4 Beta Version Is Out

  • Angular 4 beta version has been released; check it out .
  • Google will go right to version 4 of its popular JavaScript framework in March 2017 .
  • A major release with easy-to-migrate-over breaking changes every six months.
  • Three monthly minor releases after each major release.
  • Last month, Google surprised everyone when it detailed plans for Angular 3 to be released just six months after Angular 2’s arrival.

I know you’re probably thinking, ‘What happened to Angular 3?’ Well we’re here to tell you that there is Angular 3, but moreover, we’re going to talk a bit about what Angular 4 has in store for us!
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Does Angular 2 live up to the hype?

  • One of the big things you’ll notice about Angular 2 is that they really push you to use TypeScript.
  • TypeScript and Angular 2 push you towards designs that are easier to implement and understand than their Angular 1 counterparts.
  • After you’ve built your new Angular 2 app, you can use the Git Tool to deploy it to the Cycligent Cloud.
  • And if you’re using TypeScript, missing dependencies will become compile errors.
  • TypeScript required a compile step so we tried to avoid it for a long time.

As we watch Angular 2’s first production release version roll-out, many of us are asking ourselves these questions: Who do I believe? Just what is in Angular 2? Is it really that much better than Angular 1? Do I upgrade now or do I continue on with my existing framework, especially if that is Angular 1?
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