jQuery has a non binding structure, which allows developers full freedom to build their project as they see fit, but can often lead to spaghetti code. In preventing messy code, AngularjS can help, making it a good choice for large projects with multiple developers who need some sort of structure. It is also helpful in adding features to your app, like a slider. It is very good for quickly scripting ideas.
In addition to what is included with the base jQuery library, there are many open source additions, including solutions for templating, two way data binding, dependency management, and more. Some of these even cover some core features of AngularJS. We do advise caution when adding a lot of dependencies to jQuery. With a base minified and compressed size of 32KB, you’ll quickly inflate the size and loading times if you add too much to it.
AngularJS is an open source web application framework released in 2009. It receives improvements with every update, and is great for creating a structured website. If you’re planning on making a structured single page website, AngularJS is the right choice.
It is less friendly to inexperienced developers, and requires some discipline to work with. It comes with advanced features like two way data binding and dependency injection, which allow you to create more advanced applications compared to jQuery. Of course, you can use jQuery in conjunction with AngularJS as well. Some of the features of AngularJS
A lot of the above features are not available with jQuery unless you add dependencies, making core AngularJS a simple solution for many problems that jQuery doesn’t natively solve. With a minified and compressed size of 38KB currently, if everything you need is available with AngularJS and not core jQuery, you are better for choosing Angular for performance reasons.
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