Angular JS Development & Real HTML Templates

Angular JS Development & Real HTML Templates

We have been developing Angular JS Web Apps in our hubs since the last year and our experience was awesome. Our Angular JS Developers redefined their understanding of front-end development and in the process; they have turned themselves into an adept of JavaScript.


Hats Off to their skills! Now we are the top most Angular JS development Company in India.

Well, today we are going to discuss a particular feature of Angular JS that have changed the way we program the Web Apps in different environment such as non-trivial, high-end performing and commercial.

We are going to track the strong link between Angular JS and the Real HTML Templates –

Well, we have seen a huge stuffing of the templating engines these days and they are now beyond the count. But, have you ever thought what the point of having a template engine is? Wasn’t it the browser alone that required to be responsible for rendering things in the first place? It is.

However, Angular JS does not rely on the rendering engine rather it uses a browser-parsable HTML and .html files for its partials. Well we are going to leave the explanation here and follow what is written in the official website of Angular JS.


Most of the templating systems begin as an HTML string and that too with a special templating markup. Often you will find that the template markup breaks the HTML syntax that means you cannot edit the template by an HTML editor. Then you will find that the template string is parsed by the template engine and merges with relevant data.

As a result, it produces an HTML string. HTML string then written using the .innerHTML, which makes the browser to render HTML. When the model affects the whole process, you need to repeat it once more. When we look into the granularity of the template, we find the granularity of the DOM updates. The key lies in the fact that a browser parses the HTML into the DOM, and the DOM becomes an input to the template engine.


However, in Angular JS Development the templating system works on DOM objects not on strings. Here, the template is still written in an HTML string, but it is HTML (not HTML with template sprinkled in.) We call the browser parses as the compiler. And this complier looks different from directives that in turn set up watches on the model. As a result, you get a continuously updated view, which does not need template remodeling or re-emerging. Your model becomes the single source of truth for the view option.

As a developer, we look into this, as an advantage not just because you do not need to include another library to parse templates but the complier component is quite powerful when combined with your own directives. You can compile and modify the DOM before binding it with any scope (your models). The results generated are fast and offers flexible views. As a result, you can even write mini apps only with views and does not require controller or models explicit declaration.

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