Angular

Angular-Interview-Questions

Preparing for getting your dream job of an Angular developer? Or, simply planning to switch to being an Angular developer? In this article, we’re going to look at some of the frequently asked questions that you can expect to be coming your way during an Angular interview for the role of an Angular developer.
In addition to these concept-based questions, there will be a requirement for a (or maybe multiple) coding test(s). So, keep up your programming practice for the interview. If you wish to hone your Angular development skills further, here are some of the best Angular tutorials that can help you out.

So, ready to see how well your preparation is going? Without further ado, here we present you with some important Angular interview questions that you might expect in your interview:

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AngularJS vs ReactJS

We’re living the years of the Javascript, as the language swiftly climbed to the first rank on Github, and is continuously gaining momentum across different applications, not just front-end application development. Nowadays, Javascript is used in the frontend, the backend, building mobile applications and even for building AI applications. The chrome V8 engine is pushing its performance on the server side as it is doing on the browser.

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Angular Alternatives 2018

Angular is one of the most popular JavaScript frameworks and is used by companies such as Paypal, Upwork, Nike, Google, Sony, HBO and many more. The Google-developed web application was released in 2009 with the name of AngularJS. But the second version of the framework was renamed to Angular, which was initially released in 2014, and went into different previews to reach full release in 2016. The latest version of Angular is 6.0.0 released in May 2018, which focused more on toolchain and less on the underlying framework. Even though Angular’s popularity is increasing by the day, it is not short of its set of cons. To help budding and expert developers, we bring to you top Angular alternatives in 2018.

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