A framework is an environment with a set of tools that are in the form of functions, classes, and libraries, etc. With the help of these set of tools, you can develop complex applications. Or else, it will take a considerable amount of time to build such complex applications because you will have to start designing from scratch. Frameworks also help you organize the code. To develop front-end web applications, you can use frameworks like AngularJS, VUE.JS, Node.JS, etc.
AngularJS has made developers life easy by introducing many powerful features such as;
These powerful features support in developing single-page applications.
Angular X is a Typescript based frontend web framework. It is a complete rewrite of its previous version which is AngularJS. The difference between AngularJS and Angular 2 is so high that to update an AngularJS project to its next version (Angular 2) is quite not possible. Moreover, it needs to be rewritten entirely in Angular 2. From there, onwards Google decided to launch a new version of Angular for every six months which has some minor upgradations (but not a complete rewrite). Here is a list of all versions of Angular till date;
Many companies are using angular X as it benefits the developers for many reasons such as:
Angular X is a complete rewrite of AngularJS. Angular and AngularJS are two different frameworks. Therefore, if someone wants to learn, one has to learn two separate frameworks. However, the differences between Angular 2 and other versions like Angular 4/5/6/7/8 are not major ones. As the concepts introduced in Angular 2 are the same as its next versions. So, when it comes to learning a version (above 2) is almost the same as learning the next version.
AngularJS: architecture is based on the traditional Model View and Controller (MVC) pattern. Where,
Every framework (like AngularJS and Angular X) should be used with a programming language.
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