AngularJS vs Dart: What are the differences?
"Quick to develop" is the top reason why over 881 developers like AngularJS, while over 19 developers mention "Backed by Google" as the leading cause for choosing Dart.
AngularJS is an open source tool with 59.6K GitHub stars and 28.9K GitHub forks. Here's a link to AngularJS's open source repository on GitHub.
Lyft, MIT, and Vine Labs are some of the popular companies that use AngularJS, whereas Dart is used by Blossom, Google, and WorkTrail. AngularJS has a broader approval, being mentioned in 2793 company stacks & 1806 developers stacks; compared to Dart, which is listed in 19 company stacks and 74 developer stacks.
What is AngularJS?
What is Dart?
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What tools integrate with AngularJS?
What tools integrate with Dart?
AngularJS is a structural framework for dynamic web apps. With AngularJS, designers can use HTML as the template language and it allows for the extension of HTML's syntax to convey the application's components effortlessly. Angular makes much of the code you would otherwise have to write completely redundant. We can use Angular to build any kind of app, taking advantage of features like: Two-way binding, templating, RESTful api handling, modularization, AJAX handling, dependency injection, etc
All of our frontend code is on AngularJS. Directives, controllers, and services really help in organizing code in order to keep things maintainable, and two-way binding makes data input easy. The large ecosystem of modules for directives is fantastic, too.
When ever I need heavy user client side apps this is my tool of choice. There are a ton of JS frameworks out there, picked this one because of philosophy they are trying to put out there and great community. Two way data binding FTW!
The front end was built on an Angular template supplied by the client. We leveraged Angular's flexibility and speed to delivered complex matrices of data quickly and with great finesse.
We use Angular.js to build our front-end framework known as Frontkit, so our apps can get started faster with reliable, interactive components.