- Single Page Applications (SPAs) load a single HTML page that is dynamically updated based on user interaction. SPAs can communicate with the server-side to load data into the application without a full-page refresh.
- Two-way data binding means that when the data store updates, the UI is immediately updated (and vice versa).
- Modules divide code into reusable parts with related components, directives, pipes, and services grouped together and can be combined with each other to create an application.
- Angular uses a dependency injection design pattern for services, increasing code efficiency and modularity.
- Thanks to Angular's Model-View-* architecture, enforcing the Single Responsibility Principle (SRP) and Don't Repeat Yourself (DRY) techniques, coding is reduced into the smallest pieces possible.
- The declarative user interface means the presentational logic in HTML is separated from the imperative logic and Angulars data binding.
- Angular is also easily integrated into other frameworks, such as Ionic.