Angular architecture

Angular is a framework, that is, it is not a library for handling a single application exigency, but it is a comprehensive library, like jQuery, that supplies everything that is needed to build a complete client application based on TypeScript (or JavaScript). However, unlike jQuery, it is an opinionated framework, that is, it is not just a collection of utilities, but it also enforces the whole application architecture. In short, Angular supplies both a comprehensive set of utilities and a pre-organized application architecture. 

An Angular application is comprised of the following building blocks: components, directives, bindings, pipes, services, modules, and routers.

Components were described briefly in the previous ...

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