One of the most popular platform for creating applications for both mobile and web applications is the Angular framework. The framework not only makes app development fast and efficient, but also allows for the sharing of resources between similar projects for web and mobile platforms. The numerous challenges encountered with frontend technologies are easily overcome by the use of Angular. The framework makes the coding process easy, expressive and readable. Through its ability to cut the coding process in half,
Every task that is to be carried out has two essential components for successful completion. First, there is the person/people carrying it out. Then there are the tools which aid the completion of the task. This applies to any task, from the simpler tasks of cooking and doing laundry, to the more complicated ones like plane and train control. App development also requires a set of tools that make it easier to design and develop mobile and web applications for solving specific problems for clients1.
Among the major challenges for developers is the need to create the same program/ app for both web and native mobile applications yet having to keep separate project files for each one of them. Wouldn’t it be convenient, to keep the shareable resources between the different projects in one place, while only keeping separate the codes that are specific to each platform? Well, that’s exactly what the Angular framework does for you.