With the help of this framework, designers can implement HTML as the template language and it enables to use extensions of HTML’s syntax to run the application’s components easily. Angular facilitates with the codes that otherwise you have to write twice, saving time too. It is associated with SPA generally for app building including features such as – Two-way binding, templating, RESTfulapi, AJAX implementing and more.
Though there are several advantages of Angular that are extensively used by the developers are:
Dependency Injection: it refers specific website design pattern in which elements are given their dependencies in place of actual coding them in the component.
Two-Way Data Binding: one of the reasons for its high popularity is its two-way data binding facility. This functionality means any modifications made in the application objects instantaneously impacts the user interface and converse. In this structure both the module changes and user actions at a time.
Modal View Controller (MVC) Design Architecture: Most of the times the frameworks only develop the applications for mobile devices and don’t define them in MVC architecture. While this can easily be done through AngularJS web development as it brings the application codes together. This reduces the app development time remarkably and also decreases the app’s time to hit the market.
Now let’s focus on the creating of menu
Each and every website has a navigation menu whether it’s a conventional or contemporary single-page design. Menus should be the most simple to be understood by the visitor and function on user input. The menu can also include animation effects and Angular supports it very well by adding a little HTML and CSS.
For example, use the “md-menu-origin” and “menu-align-target” features to ensure the alignment of the menu elements is properly done. For customizing the events that open and close near to the menu $mdMenu.open and $mdMenu.close can be used. This can be implemented for triggering a menu on hover, in place of click.