Angular is a TypeScript-based open-source platform for building mobile and desktop web applications.

Angular enables you to build applications that range from simple, single-developer projects to enterprise-level applications.

The Angular platform consists of:

  • a framework for building scalable web applications that consist of several individual components,
  • an extensive collection of integrated libraries that support the development of application features, including routing, forms management, and client-server communication,
  • a set of tools designed to help you write code, build software, test your work, and update your applications.

Google designed Angular as a ground-up rewrite of AngularJS. Angular has been developed and maintained by Google developers since 2016 with help from a community of individuals and corporations.

You can learn more about Angular on the official website.

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