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What is Angular 2? 13 Best Advantages for Angular 2!

Angular is a most popular web development framework for developing mobile apps as well as desktop applications.

Angular framework is also utilized in the cross platform mobile development called IONIC and so it is not limited to web apps only.

Angular is an open source framework written and maintained by angular team at Google and the Father of Angular is Misko Hevery.

By Angular Developer Guide book - “Angular is a platform and framework for building client applications in HTML and TypeScript. Angular is itself written in TypeScript. It implements core and optional functionality as a set of TypeScript libraries that you import into your apps.”

The “Angular 2” is focusing on data-binding, extensible HTML and on application test-ability but it is still in design and prototyping stage.
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Angular framework helps us to build client applications in HTML and JavaScript.
Angular 2 is so simpler, faster, modular and instrumented design.



Angular 2 targeting to modern browsers and it is developing using ES6 (ES6 is called ECMAScript version 6). It also support to ECMAScript version 5(ES5).

You don’t worry about the versions of ECMAScript. The ES6 compiler manages to the versioning related problems.
All the Angular 2 framework code is already being written in ECMAScript 6.
The set of modern browsers are
1.              Chrome
2.              Firefox
3.              Opera
4.              Safari
5.              IE Version10, 11 and so on... 

On mobiles, it is supporting to the list of Chrome on Android, iOS 6+, Windows Phone 8+ and Fire-Fox mobile and also trying to support to older versions of Android.

Angular 2 team working with Traceur compiler team to provide the support to build some extensions. This set of extensions called “ES 6 +A”.

The “Angular 2” is using “Traceur” compiler. Traceur is a compiler that takes “ES6” and compiles it down (ES5) to regular JavaScript that runs in your browsers. It is run everywhere you want to do.

Angular 2 Docs,
Introduction of Angular 2 Setup Angular 2 in .NET MVC Advantages of Angular 2
The Major Changes of Angular 2 Component Lifecycle Hooks Support of Modern Browsers
Angular 2 Vs. Angular 1 Angular 4 Vs. Angular 2 Constructors Vs. OnInit
Use of ngInit and ngOnInit ngOnInit() Vs. Constructors HTTP Cookies
Dependency Injection (DI) Inject() Vs. Injectable() Features and Benefits
Bindings in Angular 2Initialize an Array in Angular 2

Angular 4 and Angular 5 Fundamental Concepts

What's New in Angular 4? Why Use Angular 4?
What's New In Angular 5? What Is the Difference Between Angular 4 and Angular 5?
How to Setup Angular 4 Development Environment? What are differences between Angular 4 and Angular 2?



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