There is an app for anything and everything. With improved internet bandwidth and easier accessibility to a handheld device, web applications, and browser-based tools have been widely adopted. Not only are these web apps robust and filled to the brim with features, but they can also be accessed using a compatible web browser, and users don’t need to install anything on their devices.
Node vs Angular: General Difference
How to use NodeJS and AngularJS?
Functions of Angular and Node
Developers can construct a variety of web application components by extending the HTML syntax. Scope, data binding, deep linking, directives, templates, filters, routing, and dependency injection are useful elements of AngularJS that make building dynamic and single-page web applications simpler.
NodeJS, a server-side framework, provides a range of cutting-edge features required by programmers to build networking and server-side applications. Programmers will find it simpler to construct websites that stream video, single-page websites, and similar I/O-intensive web apps, thanks to the functionality offered by NodeJS.