Angular CLI: This tool automatically provides build and test configurations, thus allowing users to bootstrap projects. Because it is based on web pack, Angular CLI utilizes web pack loaders to perform tree-shaking for small bundle production. It also offers smooth integration with other projects including Angular Mobile Toolkit, Angular Core, and Angular Material.
Two-way data binding: Angular was built using the Model View Controller architecture, a framework that synchronizes Model and View. This allows developers to minimize development time.
Dependency injection: Dependencies define how pieces of code interact with one another and how changes affect other codes. Angular users can utilize dependency injectors to make components that were directly defined in dependancies reusable, more manageable and easier to test.
Directives: This feature enables users to create dynamic and rich content using HTML. It works by permitting developers to assign behaviors to the DOM i.e. Document Object Model.
Default bundle budgets: The new Angular 7 has a feature that alerts users when apps exceed 2MB. A warning is issued if the bundle exceeds 5MB.
Powerful template syntax: Angular offers a variety of production tools, including templates to create user interfaces quickly. IDE tools help with instant error identification and code completion while command lines help build and test components.
- Angular compatibility compiler (ngcc)
- TypeScript 3.1 support
- Domino v2.1.0
- Ivy Renderer
- Updated XMB placeholders
- Added UrlSegment to CanLoad interface
- Shadow DOM v1 and slots
- Code generation
- Code splitting
- Options for offline use
- Near-instant rendering in CSS and HTML
- Access to native iOS APIs
- Angular CLI
- Angular pricing plans are not available publicly. Interested parties can make inquiries via the official website.
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