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The Benefits of Angular 13 for Developing Sophisticated Websites

Ihor is an Admin Director and Full-Stack Developer at Swan Software Solutions. He chose his career as he was interested in being a part of a software development company. His favorite parts of working at Swan are the interesting projects and positive team.

Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with his family. In fact, he identifies his family as his proudest accomplishment. His favorite vacation is to spend time in the country with his kids.

Ihor believes that the ability to constantly keep learning, a strong work ethic, and completing work on time are very important traits in software development. Today he shares the benefits of using Angular 13.

Benefits of Angular

Let’s start with the fact that Angular has a huge community. It includes both members of the permanent development team and those who just want to contribute to the development of the open source framework.

There are many books and online resources on Angular for developers. For clients, this means that by choosing Angular, you will not only be on trend, but you will always be able to find developers to support your project. With the right approach, even large applications can be quickly developed with Angular.

Angular uses an MVC schema that separates logic, presentation, and application data. This allows you to create single-page web applications (Single Page Application). Angular has a $http service that provides communication with remote HTTP servers using XMLHttpRequest or JSONP. When passing a JavaScript object to the server, it will be automatically converted to a JSON string.

After receiving the response, the service will also attempt to convert the received JSON string to JavaScript. Using the $http service, you can create your own service with full control over the handling of URLs and data.


In Angular, you can organize applications from individual modules. Such modules can either depend on each other or be autonomous. For example, in the latter case, the Facebook login module can be used in several parts of the application at once, say, on the login page and on the checkout page. And thanks to the built-in dependency injection mechanism, Angular itself recognizes the situation when it is necessary to provide auxiliary objects, provides them, and binds the objects together.

You use two-way binding in Angular: any changes to the user interface are immediately reflected in the application objects and vice versa. The framework itself monitors browser events, model changes, and user actions on the page in order to immediately update the necessary templates. At the same time, JavaScript code does not need to store references to DOM elements and manipulate them explicitly. We simply describe the desired result in terms of the state of the model, and we do not need to use low-level constructs.

We appreciate Ihor taking the time to share the benefits of Angular 13. If you’d like to discover how a custom application could help your business, contact us today.

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