Angular | Angular Ivy | AngularJS | SPA | RxJS
Angular is a JavaScript-based web development framework maintained by Google and used to create single-page applications (SPAs). Popular frameworks and technologies related to Angular include:

Angular CLI: This is a command-line interface (CLI) tool that provides a set of commands for creating and developing Angular applications. It includes commands for creating new components, services, and other code artifacts, as well as for running tests and building the final application for deployment.

Angular Material: This is a UI component library that provides a set of reusable and well-designed UI components based on Google’s Material design guidelines. It includes components for common user interface elements such as buttons, forms, and navigation, as well as tools for layout and styling.

RxJS: This is a library for reactive programming in JavaScript. It provides a set of tools for working with asynchronous data streams, such as event streams, HTTP requests, and WebSockets. RxJS is commonly used in Angular applications to handle asynchronous data streams and user interactions.
TypeScript: This is a typed superset of JavaScript that provides support for static types and other features not available in plain JavaScript. TypeScript is optional in Angular, but is preferred by many developers because it can help catch bugs earlier in the development process and improve code maintainability.

Overall, these frameworks and technologies provide the tools and infrastructure needed to develop modern and interactive web applications with Angular.

BITS experts have used Angular, Angular frameworks as well as related technologies in a wide range of projects. A selection of case studies and references can be found below.

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