Both frameworks have their respective pros and cons and both are globally popular. As per Stack Overflow 2017 survey report, both Node.js & Angular Have been leading web development frameworks.
Some of the key features of Node.js include the following.
Some of the key features of Angular.js include the following.
Both Node.js and Angular are different and unique in many respects. For building web apps both have their own specific approaches and advantages. But since both are popular and widely used, they deserve a detailed comparison.
Let’s compare them in regard to various aspects.
The web apps built with Node.js are likely to be more adaptive to different structures and server architectures. This versatility and flexibility is the key aspect of the NodeJS framework.
The Angular, on the other hand, is right for truly well-organized apps that consistently perform with different workloads and stages. It is also the high-performance framework for building dynamic web apps.
Both of these frameworks help to build and nourish a whole array of programming languages and development tools.
Node.js gives support to languages like TypeScript, CoffeeScript, and Dart. NodeJS as a more versatile framework focuses more on context-driven and utility-oriented programming while Angular sticks to practical organised and occasion-based programming norms.
When it comes to data handling synchronising two-way data between the model and view of a web app is a key strength of Angular. This is why Angular doesn’t need to give unnecessary focus on the database inquiries.
The Angular as the mature framework with several updates dotting the years behind is fully equipped with features and attributes to build a highly intuitive and customer-focused app. The structure of the framework is relied upon by developers as tested and tried.
In contrast, Node.js only finds utilisation for quick app server-side app development needs that always allows developers the ease of continuous structuring and alteration as the development continues.
Finally, we have to answer the obvious question. Which of these frameworks is ideal for which specific development needs? Well, the basics of the frameworks give us a rough idea. NodeJS is ideal for server-side framework development while Angular is a front end development framework. To extend this difference further, we must say NodeJS is more ideal for small app development projects while Angular works best for large and complicated projects.
WRITTEN BY: Parth Patel
Parth Patel is a Microsoft Certified Solution Associate (MCSA) and DotNet Team Lead at CMARIX, a leading Asp.net mvc development company. With 10+ years of…
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