From functional programming to declarative, object oriented, static and dynamic, the programming community has a wonderful time with richness of deciding techniques and methodologies on programming practices that makes the work simpler faster and more efficient. With new frameworks introduced every week, developers may sometimes be confused in writing in one language and debugging in another. But the success in the real-world practice seems adopting the best language or technology that best suits the requirement.
Pros and Cons of Angular JS
Advantages include, it offers a clean and clear user-interface. Its two-way data binding feature reduces writing codes substantially. Angular directives add more functionality to the simple HTML which enables the developer to specify custom and reusable HTML tags. The not-so great aspects of Angular JS are difficult to adapt the existing code and it is a bulky framework and better fit to large applications.
Pros and Cons of Node JS
It is easy to learn, fast, scales well and generally lets the user unify the client/server logic. Generally good documentation for the libraries and a solid community .Crawlers receive a fully-rendered HTML response, which is far more SEO-friendly. Disadvantages include any CPU intensive computation will block Node.js responsiveness, so a threaded platform is a better approach. There is a lack of native OO support as well as the lack of compile-time error detection.
Though they are of different purpose, we can use it in the same application by maintaining a clear distinction between the client and server side implementations. Develop the client side with Angular and the server side with Node and Socket.io.
With our highly skilled, talented web applications developers with more than a decade of hands-on experience in various web application development languages, team at Stylus have executed projects by combining our server-side code with strong front-end JS frameworks. For more details contact us.