Why use Drupal with AngularJS for your next application

  • Drupal with AngularJS

Why AngularJS ?

HTML is a great for static documents but when we use it for declaring dynamic views in web-applications it flaters. So AngularJS lets you extend HTML vocabulary for your application. The resulting environment is extraordinarily expressive, readable, and quick to develop. Other frameworks deail with HTML's shortcomings by either abstracting away HTML, CSS and/or JavaScript or by providing an imperative way for manipulating the DOM. Non of these address the root problem that HTML was not designed for dynamic views.

AngularJS is most sutable to your application development. It is completely extensible and works well with other libraries. Every feature can be modified and/or replaced to suit your unique requirement and feature needs. For more detail about AngularJS you can go here https://angularjs.org/

Angular With Drupal :

Now everyone want interactive website with mobile app to expand their business. If we use Drupal as back-end and AngularJS/Ionic as front-end it will make your life easier you can develop a hybrid mobile application.

Drupal is the most trending CMS right now, this is the best choice for mid level to large website/app development. You can implementent any kind of concept with Drupal, This is extandable, SEO friendly and most important, this is secure. It has great community support, which makes life easier.

In Drupal 8 introduction to RESTful Web Services. This is very big initiatives in Drupal 8. It was never easy to work with Drupal on web services, but now this is easy with Drupal 8 so that we can develop app. Now you can use any front-end framework like Angular, Ionic and Cordova and Drupal 8 as back-end and RESTful Web Services so with the help of this you will be able to get a app which will improve your business needs.

Here are 10 reasons why we should be using Angular:

  1. MVC done right
  2. A declarative user interface.
  3. Data models are POJO
  4. Behavior with directives
  5. Flexibility with filters
  6. Write less code
  7. DOM manipulations where they belong
  8. Service providers where they belong
  9. Context aware communication
  10. Unit testing ready

We have done many Drupal website but when we got chance to work on AngularJS/Ionic with Drupal we found that this is very powerfull and productive to use both so your back-end as Drupal is very intractive, powerful and extendable also your front-end using AngularJS faster and user friendly better than any other framework. That's why i have written this blog to share my experience.