There are a variety of frameworks releasing every other day that sometimes it might become difficult to keep up with the developments. It is difficult to decide which one might work for your project.
- Angular 7
With the release of Angular 7, it has pushed even more features to web developers like including the core framework, CLI with synchronized major versions, Angular Material, along with toolchain, and has enabled several major partner launches.
So, now will be highlighting some of its new features which are announced by the Angular Team.
- CLI Prompts
Angular CLI has updated to v7.0.2 and added some features like now it will prompt users while typing common commands like ng-add or ng-new, @angular/material to help them discover built-in features like routing or SCSS support.
- Angular Material & the CDK
Angular Material and the Component Dev Kit (CDK), Angular 7 also features visual improvements in Material Design which have received a significant update this year. Also, large lists of data, refresh and virtual scrolling, for dynamically loading and unloading parts of the DOM to build high-performing.
- Virtual Scrolling
The scrolling package provides users for directives that react to scroll events. Virtual Scrolling enables users to load and unload elements from the DOM based on the visible parts.
- The Node.JS
This framework is used by developers to create a real-time, data-intensive application. It follows an event Driven by input/output and non-blocking approach for remaining lightweight during developing both web and mobile applications. Developers use it to create productive network applications. This is because Node.JS is designed keeping in mind that its framework is able to handle large amounts of real-time connections with high throughput, thus offering better scalability options.
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