Today we are going to introduce a framework called AngularJS (a standardized set of concepts, practices and criteria to focus on a particular problem type) that soon we will implement in our templates to improve and simplify the experience for those who use it, which is the purpose of our web development.
From our point of view, AngularJS provides two major advantages:
Ease when manipulating DOM elements and their properties. This is a task that, as a rule, is quite tedious and as it grows the presentation logic is often complicated to write code that can be maintained easily. AngularJS simplifies greatly the work in this regard.
That is why, we decided to implement this framework in our upcoming themes, as well as we do with Bootstrap (CSS framework that we explained a few weeks ago), to enhance our templates not only from the point of view of structure, functionality and quickness, if also on usability, accessibility and user experience.
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