Angular is about as simple as a mouse click. It is also not as hard to use as you would want it to be, and yet it is surprisingly effective. Its interface is really good: you don’t have to draw a lot of pictures on your page, you just have to wait and see if its useful.
Angular is my go to framework, but when it comes to Angular, it is not a framework I prefer to use personally. The angular version of angular-cli, by itself, is very powerful in that you can download and install a ton of different angular modules to your project. This means you can use angular without having to download and install any of the other available frameworks.
The angular team has come up with a new way to make their app simpler and build with it. This is angular-cli. It is a new command line tool that helps you create the same basic structure in your angular project, but without the boilerplate. For example, you can create a basic app on angular-cli, but then you can then call your application with angular-cli and save your app to serve as a static file.
There are some good uses for angular-cli, but there are also some that are just plain bad. For example, there is the ng-clobber plugin. It’s really good for ensuring that your angular-cli app will not accidentally clobber a template file.
Clobbering a template is a bad idea because it creates a nasty warning for developers when they are working in a template. The ng-clobber plugin doesn’t do that. It simply updates the file and does not create a nasty warning message.
Angular is an HTTP-based framework that can help you create a very dynamic web application. In Angular, the way that the code is executed is dictated by the way the template is rendered. This means that if you want to change how the template is rendered, your code should be in a separate file that angular will use to change the way the template is rendered. Angular doesn’t have a lot of template files to worry about, so there are generally no templates that Angular will not run into.