Angular, developed by Google, is a web application framework that facilitates the creation of dynamic, single page applications. Single page applications are more useful to users than traditional websites because an application loads once and dynamically updates as the user interacts with the site. This type of app is ideal for creating interactive dashboards or configurable reports. Angular apps are typically written in TypeScript, which provides developers with strong typing so they can avoid common errors caused by typos or misused variables (e.g., mistyping one variable name for another).
Articles related to Angular may include walkthroughs of the Angular CLI, syntax tutorials for Angular components, or detailed explanations of how specific features work together. Articles related to Angular may also focus on one of its alternative frameworks such as Ionic, React, or Vue.