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Components of Angular vs AngularJS
Use of Directives between Angular vs AngularJS
While both Angular and AngularJS use Directives, how they use them makes the difference. Angular has standard Directives while AngularJS has a pack of them. One has to be cautious while using the Directives. For instance, when you want to create a two-way binding in AngularJS, you will have to use the ng-model. For one-way binding, you will use ng-bind.
In Angular, you will find only the ngModel. You can use the symbols for one-way binding as:” ,” and two-way binding as:” [()].” “” is for property binding, while “()” is for event binding.
The architecture of Angular vs AngularJS
This framework has a model-view-controller (MVC) that acts as the central component as it manages data, logic, rules, and expresses how the applications behave.
Model: The model is where the management of all data is stored.
View: The view generates the output after reviewing the information in the model.
Controller: The controller receives the input and converts it to commands which it sends to the model and view.
Angular uses components that are directives with templates. There are two kinds of directives in Angular.
Structural directives: they alter the DOM’s layout by replacing its elements.
Attributive directives: it changes how the DOM behaves and the appearance of the element.
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