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.   Also, more on the technical side since Angular uses Typescript (one of the most suitable superset languages of Javascript and ECMAScript), which means most of the logic implemented does not hold any surprises now or in the future. While Angular offers a vast plethora of in-built, ready-to-use functionality in the box, a wide variety of ready-to-use and customized Angular components across the world wide web are available.   So, using Angular for front-end development provides a win-win situation for all parties involved in their web application development.
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