Top AngularJS UI Frameworks
Top AngularJS UI Frameworks to Get Your App Up and Running Quickly
If you feel building a web application from scratch seems overwhelming to you, not to worry. Some very generous developers have adapted a few frontend frameworks to support AngularJS. Like a typical framework, they come with pre-built web components. These make using the framework the perfect tool for anyone who needs to get a web application up and running quickly.
Below are top frameworks you can use to kick-start a web-based application with AngularJS.
For developers using AngularJS, Angular Material is both a UI Component framework and a reference implementation of Google’s Material Design Specification. This project provides a set of reusable, well-tested, and accessible UI components based on Material Design.
Angular Material seem to be top of all the material design frameworks that are available today because of Angular’s popularity and the fact that it’s supported internally at Google.
The documentation, demos and the API reference is well written and comprehensive and describe all the features that are specified by Google in it’s material design philosophy.
AngularUI Bootstrap, as the name implies, is built on top one of the most popular front-end frameworks, Bootstrap. This framework contains a set of Bootstrap components such as Accordion, Carousel, Alert, Tab, and Collapse along with some additions, like Rating and TimePicker.
UI Grid is the best way to work a grid or table with Angular. It has rich features to display simple, and also complex and large datasets on a grid. UI Grid is designed to execute complex features only when needed, thus keeping the core small. With UI Grid you can bind cells to complex properties/functions, run column sorting and filtering, edit data in place and more. To change styles of your data grid display, use Customizer.
Ionic comes with a handful of solid building-blocks that makes developing mobile applications easy and fast. Each component in the Ionic framework is optimized for mobile experience, which is basically dependent on touch and gestures. These UI components are also made up of custom HTML elements.
Free and open source, Ionic offers a library of mobile-optimized HTML, CSS and JS components and tools for building highly interactive native and progressive web apps. Built with Sass, optimized for AngularJS.
Ionic builds on top of Angular to create a powerful SDK well-suited for building rich and robust mobile apps for the app store and the mobile web. Ionic not only looks nice, but its core architecture is built forserious app development.