Since it’s an open source framework, you can expect the number of errors or issues to be minimal.
Routing – Angular can take care of routing which means moving from one view to another. This is the key fundamental of single page applications; wherein you can move to different functionalities in your web application based on user interaction but still stay on the same page.
Angular supports testing, both Unit Testing, and Integration Testing.
It extends HTML by providing its own elements called directives. At a high level, directives are markers on a DOM element (such as an attribute, element name, and comment or CSS class) that tell AngularJS’s HTML compiler to attach a specified behavior to that DOM element. These directives help in extending the functionality of existing HTML elements to give more power to your web application.
If an application is heavy, then Angular 2 keeps it fully UI (User Interface) responsive.
It uses the server side rendering for fast views on mobile.
It uses dependency injection to maintain applications without writing lengthy codes.
The applications here have a component-based approach.
No need to use observable functions; Angular analyzes the page DOM and builds the bindings based on the Angular-specific element attributes. That requires less writing, the code is cleaner, easier to understand and less error prone.
Angular modifies the page DOM directly instead of adding inner HTML code. That is faster.
Quite a number of different ways to do the same things, thus accommodating to particular development styles and tasks.
Extended features such as dependency injection, routing, animations, view orchestration, and more.
Supported by IntelliJ IDEA and Visual Studio .NET IDEs.
Supported by Google and a great development community.
AngularJS is more intuitive as it makes use of HTML as a declarative language. Moreover, it is less brittle for reorganizing.
AngularJS is a comprehensive solution for rapid front-end development. It does not need any other plugins or frameworks. Moreover, there are a range of other features that include Restful actions, data building, dependency injection, enterprise-level testing, etc.
AngularJS is unit testing ready, and that is one of its most compelling advantages.