“Thinking in AngularJS” if I have a jQuery background?
Asked on February 01, 2017
Suppose I'm familiar with developing client-side applications in jQuery, but now I'd like to start using AngularJS. Can you describe the paradigm shift that is necessary? Here are a few questions that might help you frame an answer:
- How do I architect and design client-side web applications differently? What is the biggest difference?
- What should I stop doing/using; What should I start doing/using instead?
- Are there any server-side considerations/restrictions?
Replied on February 01, 2017
Find my My thoughts
1. Try new angular using Typescript instead of AngularJS.
2. You should learn Typescript.
3. New angular uses Typescript that follow Object Oriented programming.
4. When using new angular, we can design our front end as components.
5. Server side interaction is much easier.
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