The MVC pattern applies differently
Model-view controllers enable developers to facilitate the development of large web applications by keeping their user interface and business logic separate. But AngularJS applies the MVC pattern differently. The AngularJS team calls the explicit implementation of the MVC pattern a model-view-whatever. Model-view-which makes it easy for some architecture programmers to improve the performance and maintenance of complex web applications.
Supports two-way data binding
In addition to implementing the MVC architecture differently, AngularJS also supports two-way data binding. This feature helps developers to synchronize data between models and view elements without extra effort. AngularJS automatically updates the front end of the web application every time it changes its backend. Since AngularJS models and views automatically synchronize, developers do not need to implement DOM handling.
Improves server communication
Significantly reduces web server load by supporting AngularJS caching. At the same time, the built-in services provided by AngularJS help developers improve client-server communications. The services further make it easier for web developers to work with a variety of backend systems and solutions. Also, developers can take advantage of built-in services so that data can be returned asynchronously without having to write complex code.
Applies client-side form authentication
Web developers can combine HTML, CSS, and AngularJS to create different types. AngularJS further helps developers implement client-side form authentication. It monitors the status of the form as well as the individual text fields. It also notifies users about the current status of the form or input field. Developers can easily verify form input using standard HTML5 attributes. AngularJS allows them to write and use custom authentication functions.
Keeps the code maintainable and testable
Provides built-in dependence injection subsystem
Often frontend web developers use dependency injection tools in the most appropriate way to inject dependencies on objects and exchange dependencies seamlessly. AngularJS facilitates dependency injection by providing a built-in dependency injection subsystem. The dependency injection subsystem makes it easy for developers to replace individual components of a web application with testing.
A component of the MEAN stack
Multiple AngularJS-based frameworks