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Introducing The Terminology Of Angular

November 14th, 2017

Introducing The Terminology Of #Angular by @deekshasharma21 cc @CsharpCorner  #AngularTeam

  • When you perform any activity on the browser, the client (your browser) sends a request to the server and server handles this request to send back the response (It contains HTML code too).
  • So, whenever you change your route, i.e., move from one page to another, a request goes to the server and server sends the HTML response back with the required data.
  • Sometimes, even if we do not need to manipulate data, the request goes to the server and server sends only HTML in response.
  • In single page applications, we don’t make calls to the server every time (on every action) but whenever any database related work is needed, then only a server call is made by the client and this makes our application relatively faster.
  • We will use Angular CLI to set up our Angular project.

The good news for developers who are new to Angular is that they can learn Angular easily because Angular has no legacy syntax of Angular 1.x.

Before I start introducing the terminology of Angular 2, I would like to say we should never state it as “Angular 2”, it is just Angular. There is a big debate going on in community groups. Angular is the most sought framework for web development in the software development industry.

The developers who worked earlier on Angular 1.x, they must be quite familiar with the syntax they used to write the code.

The good news for developers who are new to Angular is that they can learn Angular easily because Angular has no legacy syntax of Angular 1.x.

Angular is a single page application framework to create single page applications (SPA).

We use a browser to access the internet. The application connects to the Server that holds our database connection and the data along with the source of rendering the website.

When you perform any activity on the browser, the client (your browser) sends a request to the server and server handles this request to send back the response (It contains HTML code too).

So, whenever you change your route, i.e., move from one page to another, a request goes to the server and server sends the HTML response back with the required data.

Sometimes, even if we do not need to manipulate data, the request goes to the server and server sends only HTML in response.

In single page applications, we don’t make calls to the…

Introducing The Terminology Of Angular