Using Angular for single page applications

October 12, 2021

Single page applications are nothing more than those websites where all the content is displayed on one page with fluid navigation, without having to jump to a second page. These are generally ideal for applications or websites with little content, as well as being easier for the user to use. One of the best frameworks to create these pages is Angular.

According to the definition given on its official website, Angular is a development platform, built on TypeScript. As a platform, Angular includes: A component-based framework for building scalable web applications, a well-integrated collection of libraries covering a wide variety of features, including routing, forms management, client-server communication, and more, plus a set of developer tools to help you develop, compile, test, and update your code.

In the creation of these Single Page Application, or SPA for its acronym in English, several frameworks and open source libraries stand out that over the years have been used by developers specializing in this type of pages.


Content suitable for single page applications


Among the different contents that they advise can be used to have a single page application, they are:


  • Pages to promote certain products, thus focusing on the visual and simplicity so that the customer quickly knows what is offered.
  • Ideal for creating web pages for internal business use where annual performance reports are presented.
  • Pages in which the function of certain applications is described.


Among the frameworks recommended by developers to create single page applications, the following stand out: Vue JS, Angular, ReactJs and Ember.Js.