Angular helps build interactive and dynamic single-page applications (SPAs) with its compelling features including templating, two-way binding, modularization, RESTful API handling, dependency injection, and AJAX handling. Designers can use HTML as a template language and even extend HTML’s syntax to easily convey the components of the application. You also don’t need to rely on third-party libraries to build dynamic applications with Angular. Using this framework in your projects, you can reap multiple benefits.

While Angular Documentation is the right place to get to know best practices, this document focuses on additional best practices that are not covered in the framework’s documentation.