What is Domain Angular? Angular (pronounced ‘dohm’) is the name for the Angular framework which is commonly used as the main language of most Angular applications. It’s the basic hierarchical container which define how the app will be rendered, and how its elements will be arranged in terms of the hierarchy within the container.
The first thing we need to do to start using Angular is to install it. This can be done by going to the Angular website, clicking on the install option, and following the on screen instructions to install Angular. Once installed, there are two things you need to learn about Angular: the directives and the template. The directives are what we will be learning more about in this article. They are the codes that are used to create the actual objects or the code that is being interpreted by the Angular compiler.
The directive is a very important aspect of Angular, since they are the means through which Angular interprets the objects that are passed as parameters to the elements. The more elements that pass the directives the more Angular interprets them and the more defined they become.
When creating directives you want to keep in mind that Angular takes a little while to load and render everything. Since Angular uses the CommonJS specification, it doesn’t really matter if the elements are created in the browser or in a server-side script. In both cases Angular will take some time to download and then run the script.