AngularJS, Javascript and HTML


The Framework for Powerful Web Applications



How Does a AngularJS Framework Function?



j query java script html application developmentDeveloped by Google, AngularJS is a JavaScript MCV framework that provides interactivity to a webpage by adding additional attributes to the HTML language. MCV means model-view-controller and is a way of calling and visualizing data for the user. This UI script two-way binds data from the API to the rendered mark-up (HTML).

HTML's main shortcoming is that it's not designed for dynamic views. AngularJS is the best MCV framework with which to interact with APIs developed in a ServiceStack layer. To simplify, AngularJS is the go-between for your standard HTML and the API data integration end-points you've created in the ServiceStack. Additionally, Angular JS is extensible and can be modified or replaced to suit development work flow or functionalality needs.

 


How Does a JQuery Javascript Library Operate?



jQuery is a feature-rich, lightweight and fast JavaScript library. Additionally, it is CSS3 compliant and can function on multiple browser clients. J Query takes interactivity a step further by providing code commands for animation, movement, and event handling; all with agility and versatility. Additionally, jQuery provides easier document navigation and development of AJAX applications.

 


How Do These Languages Function In Conjunction With HTML?



HTML is a static page of coded text. In order to interactively manipulate data, HTML needs JQuery and Angular JS to introduce extended functionality. AngularJS connects to APIs, retrieves the desired data from the database and displays it in a pre-defined way on the HTML page. JQuery takes this information and visualizes it for user in a way that's organizationally or aesthetically appealing.

These three internet languages constitute the user interface (or UI). Angular JS connects to the back-end or APIs, jQuery manipulates and organizes it, and HTML marks it up for display to the administrator or website visitor. The three combine to form a robust, adaptable and easy to manage interface for powerful, data-centric web applications.