A smooth and eye-catching (while being easy on the eyes and easy to use) front-end representation of a web application is the primary target that anyone expects in their product. Angular allows for smooth and pixel-perfect front-end development with the suitable integrated support of an inbuilt authentication and authorization system.
Unlike a traditional website that is composed of a multitude of hyperlinked pages with static content, for the most part, a web application offers a dynamic and customized UI experience over any suitable medium. With the current long-term trend of building responsive web applications that are accessible and provide the expected functionality over a wide range of disparate devices, Angular has emerged as a leading development framework for front-end development processes.
Angular also allows for component-based UI front-end development; this allows for a very transparent approach to building any web application and for smooth integration of functionalities with a clear and defined functionality per the expectations of the client and end-user. Angular exposes various features like declarative UI, simplified MVC patterns, consistency of code patterns, ease of developing components, sub-components, and more.
All of the multiple segments are usable in a speedy and proficient web application development process, resulting in an overall lower cost of maintenance and long-term or periodic customizations or management of the web application. We also want to stress that component-based web application development cannot be overemphasized. This specific feature assures the result of a very large-scale and highly optimized web application, which is a suitable candidate for long-term, scalable web applications. The Angular UI is regarded as a type of component tree. So due to this nature of abstraction, adding and updating specific functionality becomes as easy as implementing and adding a fresh feature or updating any already implemented one.
So, using Angular for front-end development provides a win-win situation for all parties involved in their web application development.