Why choose AngularJS to build your product?
Officially announced in October 2014, the framework did not come with a complex major update but it is an entire rewrite and includes breaking changes.
So what are the changes that are implemented in this latest version?
The Improved Dependency Injection (DI)
One of the factors that differentiated Angular from its competitors was its dependency injection factor which was beneficial in component isolation and modular development. However, the implementation was plagued by the previous Angular series. The latest version addresses all of the issues and adds a few missing features like the lifetime/scope control and child injectors.
There are three kinds of directives in the latest version of Angular:
Decorator Directives – Decorates elements.
Template Directives – Turns HTML into a reusable template.
The Instance Scope
Angular's new and improved DI library now features instance scope control. When used with the user's scope identifiers and child injectors, it will become an extremely powerful tool.
The template compilation process is now asynchronous in the latest version of Angular. The code being based on the ES6 module spec loads the dependencies by referencing them in the component definition.
As part of the new AtScript, tools are provided to associate metadata with functions which in turn facilitates the construction of object instances to the DI library. Parameter data is also easily over-ridden with an inject annotation.
The Routing Solutions
The previous versions of Angular routers were designed to only handle a few cases. But soon more and more features were being added. The latest version of Angular is simple, yet extensible. The following basic features are included:
Simple JSON-based Route Config
Optional Convention over Configuration
Static, Parameterized and Splat Route Patterns
Query String Support
Use Push State or Hashchange
Navigation Model (For Generating a Navigation UI)
Document Title Updates
404 Route Handling
Angular now contains a logging service called diary.js—a useful feature that measures where time is spent in the application.
Why choose CodingMart for your Angular solutions?
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