It is commonly used as an open-source front-end development tool, suited to transform standard HTML content into dynamic web pages. It was first distributed by Google in 2010 and it is still updated continuously. On February 2019, it’s most recent version, Angular 7, was launched and by 2020 it is anticipated to contend against React.js for popularity.
The newest version brings about several interesting features. The latest TypeScript software has a more speedy app performance, an intuitive user interface, and improved drag and drop interface. Also, developers have admired the framework’s new CLI prompts, which aid programmers to recognize errors and solve them in advance.