Angular JS is a structural and an open-source framework which was first released back in October 2010. It is built over JavaScript by the developers at Google. The primary purpose of this framework was to overcome bugs and errors while working with SPAs (Single Page Applications).

AngularJS lets you use HTML as the template language and enables you to extend the HTML syntax in a way that components of the application are aligned clearly and succinctly. It ensures data binding and dependency injection, which helps in eliminating repetitive code, thus saving a lot of time.

Here is a compiled list of the most frequently asked Angular 2, Angular 4, Angular 5, Angular 8, and other relevant questions to help you get a hold of the various versions of these languages and get you a job as an Angular Developer.

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