Angular Architecture

Everything you need to know

Millions of people worldwide use the web and mobile apps for everything from social media to healthcare. But do you know how these apps achieve such reliability?

In large part, this is due to frameworks like Angular, which allow you to build robust apps easily. Let's get to know Angular better!

It is primarily used as a TypeScript framework for single-page applications. The platform allows users to create large applications in a maintainable manner.

Introduction to Angular

1. Provide 2-way data binding. 2. Resolved no. of compiler, route,  service workers, modules, and other issues.  3. New Angular engine improves component loading, bundle size, and code compression.

Why do we need Angular?

An Angular architecture is composed of eight building blocks.

Angular Architecture

1. Modules  The angular app has a root module called AppModule, which provides the bootstrap mechanism for launching the app and triggering other modules as needed.

2. Component  These components are simple JavaScript/Typescript classes with HTML names and templates. Generally, components define parts of UI (User Interface).

3. Templates  These include all features of HTML, with additional functionality that binds component data into HTML and generates HTML DOM elements dynamically.

Find out about other Angular Architecture Components and their pros and cons.