Node JS was the first product that came out after all these changes that allowed mobile app developers to use this language to expand the platform freely using third-party components. The fame of present web browsers formed a fresh era of web development and this is the reason more and more people are choosing AngularJS over Node JS.
What is Node JS?
What is Angular JS?
The similarity between Angular JS and Node JS in detail:
One of the best features of Angular JS is that it provides a set of features that up to an extent reduces the coding part and hence developers have to put fewer efforts to make an application fully functional. Angular JS has a modular approach towards building an application and thus it is also well known as a Model-View-Controller (MVC) framework. On the contrary Node JS framework allows developers to execute the code easily on the server-side. With this, you can write scripts that are much more scalable and light. Node JS helps developers in writing codes that make real-time applications thus provides a wider scope for mobile application development.
Difference between Node.js and AngularJS:
Here is the comparison between Angular JS and Node JS
AngularJS: This open-source framework is based on the Model-View-Controller architecture. In this, the Architecture is separated into three types of objects – Model-View-Controller – also called an MVC framework with each handling their particular tasks.
Node JS: It is an open-source runtime environment and is used for developing server-side applications. In this, the Architecture follows a single-threaded event Loop architecture.
Angular JS: it is a single-page client-side web application
Node JS: it is fast and scalable server-side application
Angular JS: It is mainly used for creating highly interactive and active web projects
Node JS: It is best suited for small size projects
Node JS: Node.js, on the other hand, helps to develop real-time apps that work efficiently across various distributed devices. It acts as a well-organized and reactive webserver to write server-side and client-side scripts efficiently. It is highly useful for developing scalable and faster applications.
Node JS: For this, it is important to install Node.js on system
Angular JS: It dominates client-side interaction
Node JS: Developers can use this on both client and server-side scripts.
Angular JS: It is a well-known web application framework in itself
Node JS: It has many diverse frameworks like Express.js, Sails.js, and Partial.js
Angular JS: It simplifies the application development process with a declarative approach
Node JS: It is much suited for an application like real-time collaborative Docs.
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Anshul Sharma is the CEO of Fluper, a mobile app Development Company which makes app ideas into reality by providing high-quality design and development services across iOS and Android platforms. He shares his knowledge and writes blogs on various mobile technologies related to app development.