AngularJS is easy to work on
Increased testability of AngularJS
One of AngularJS’s most significant features is the Dependency Injection, which improves the testing in the framework. Since the components of the project are developed individually, the testing is also done individually. This isolation means a greater scope of collaboration, extensibility, and easy testing. None of which would be possible if the UI is designed as a whole.
Its big community is there to help
Businesses love its security features
However, developers aren’t the only ones impressed by the results of AngularJS. Many small and large enterprises like Netflix, Paypal, the Guardian, and Upwork have already adopted AngularJS for its interactive applications. One big reason is the security aspect of the framework.
A huge part of developing critical applications of businesses is protecting the data. Any breach of either client data or user data is a devastating issue, and therefore, security becomes paramount. Synopsys Principal Security Consultant, in her presentation at Securi-Tay, questioned AngularJS’s security.
AngularJS helps companies avoid these vulnerabilities through a security-heavy ideology. Google’s Developer Relations Lead, Stephen Fluin, says, “90% of Angular applications are behind the firewall.” AngularJS protects applications in two main ways – securing web API so that only authorized users can access them, and giving client-side control access to HTML UI elements.
Cross-site scripting or XSS is one of the more common methods in which attackers steal user data or induce malware into the application. AngularJS addresses this through in-built input sanitisation and output encoding. The sanitise function automatically treats HTMLs and other values as untrusted and ensures better data safety. Developers can also do this for particular contexts through Strict Contextual Escaping.
AngularJS also employs Content Security Policy, which detects and extinguishes XSS attacks. Another way a developer can avoid XSS is by completely avoiding risky DOM APIs.
HTTP protection of AngularJS
The second security issue that AngularJS may face is on the HTTP level, which can happen on either side of the servers. But these can be anticipated and take care of with the help of the backend team.
You must have heard of cross-site request forgery or, in other words, when a hacker sends a redirection request posing as the genuine webpage, then send malware into the server. AngularJS can help set up an automated authentic token in the cookie and hiding it to prevent foreign spying. With Cross-site script inclusion, Angular allows you to add a non-executable prefix with JSON responses via the HttpClient library.
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