Gain a Competitive Edge: Learn AngularJS
Want to learn more about AngularJS and why it is one of the hottest skills in the job market? Look no further.
As a staffing and recruiting company, Comrise has seen a sharp increase in demand for candidates with AngularJS in their skill set. Things have shifted and it is no longer a “nice to have” skill but rather a “need to have” to be a hot candidate on the market. Many tech jobs including web development, computer programming and software/application development now require candidates to be proficient in AngularJS. According to CareerBuilder, the demand for workers with this particular skill set continuously grew month over month throughout the beginning of 2016. This past September, AngularJS job openings hit a peak of 10,000+ positions nationwide compared to less than 4,000 two years ago. If you are already proficient in AngularJS read no further, apply today with Comrise.
What exactly is AngularJS?
Why is AngularJS so popular?
AngularJS allows you to create applications in a faster and more efficient way. Using it effectively cuts development time in half versus building an application from scratch without it. One its best features is the versatile templating engine, which allows you to write HTML templates with special tags. Additionally, AngularJS is backed by Google, which means it is regularly improved and is well documented.
How does AngularJS work?
AngularJS provides a framework, so instead of writing code freely, you can streamline the way you write your applications by following a set standard. This allows you to take advantage of the framework’s built-in features such as templating, filter, two-way data binding and more.
AngularJS helps create single page applications so that, regardless of the size of your application, the browser will load a single page. Any additional content will also be loaded to the page as needed. Most users won’t be able to tell the difference and, in many cases, it loads faster since it only loads the content that is needed instead of the whole page.
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