Angular started out as a way to make HTML web pages more interactive and dynamic in an Internet age in which web pages were largely static. It has evolved into a self-contained solution for modern front-end development.
Angular is written in TypeScript and is great for building lightweight, dynamic Single-Page Applications (SPAs) without having to bring in third-party libraries. Many companies, including Google, Paypal, Upwork, and more, rely on Angular’s capabilities for their frontend web development. Its libraries provide for the implementation of a wide range of features – routing, forms, client-server communication, and more. Angular applications are typically responsive, offer rich user experiences, and are designed to have a codebase that is easy to update and maintain.
With a whole toolbox for building, testing, and updating code, and thanks to its component-based structure, applications built with Angular are reliable and easily scalable, making Angular a great choice for small projects, and enterprise-level applications alike.