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Karuna worked as a full stack developer on my team. He worked primarily on the Angular.JS layer of our stack and does thorough and thoughtful work. He understands the Angular.JS tool chain - Grunt, Karma, Jasmine, Bower and Protractor. I've put him through many difficult technical situations...
More often than not, the question that beats us always once you are done developing your high budget, feature-rich dynamic web portal is whether Google and other search engines will crawl and index the pages of your website freely the way you want. Is web app built of Angular SEO Friendly? Until 2014, Google bots had problems crawling properly those pages with Java scripts, but it was announced later that they can crawl and index JS pages effectively. This means developers do not have to build any unique layout for rendering the HTML pages. However, the same cannot be said for other search engines and crawlers. Coming to Angular Universal, they are built with the ability to perceive better overall UI experience, increased page load performance, Server-side pre-rendering for better access of the content by Search Engines and correct display of preview image of the app on Facebook, Twitter and other social media apps. The Single Page Applications (SPAs) offer improved user-experience. However, SEOs will have a tough nut to crack in terms of optimising the site for search engines. Besides enhanced loading speed and experience, Angular has lot a catching up to do in terms of SEO performance, which is quite usual for this framework type. Therefore, it is up to the SEOs to make the site as accessible as possible for the bots in crawling and indexing the site: The Snapshot: One of the most effective techniques of Angular Universal SEO is prerendering – or producing an HTML snapshot that is to be dished out in the source code instead of expecting Google and other search bots to completely render the Angular web pages. This will fix the issue of Google’s inability to crawl and index page content that is hidden behind a click including the Angular Universal content. This is one of the best methods to allow various search engines such as Yandex, Baidu and Bing to see the Angular Universal content on your web page. This will also allow you to view the source code and content instead of wanting to utilize Chrome browser’s inspect element functionality. URL Structure: Another technique of ensuring Google crawls the pages of Angular Universal site is to have a search engine as well as user friendly URL, which is achieved by doing away with hash in the URLs for complete rendering of URLs in Angular Universal. To form SEO-centric URL, use $locationProvider and $routeProvider to change the Angular routing to HTML5 mode. XML Sitemaps: Once you’re done with the URLs, you must ensure you generate XML sitemaps that have your canonical URLs in them. Next, you need to submit the XML sitemaps in Google Search Console (Webmaster) and Bing Webmaster Tools. This is considered an important SEO process as it will crawl whatever URLs you’ve wanted to and index them. If you have any solution to the issues faced by SEOs in making Angular Universal SEO friendly, you are welcome to share your views by writing to us.
If you are someone who is just baby crawling into Vue.js, it is a JS library for creating web interfaces with MVVM (Model-View-ViewModel) architecture pattern. If you try to relate MV pattern with Vue, the idea of Vue is perhaps similar to ‘V’ because the core library is anchored to the view layer. This said the Vue.js can also be called a framework having a collection of optional tools. While there is no dearth of other monolithic frameworks, Vue.js is completely built from scratch up to be incrementally implemented. If you have a good working knowledge of HTML, CSS, and JS, then Vue.js is cakewalk for you! In several cases, Vue.js stands as a replacement for Ember, Angular and React. It is excellent as a combination of latest tooling and supporting libraries to render a perfect SPA (Single Page Application). To top it all, Vue’s upgrade has been rewritten with virtual DOM implementation picked from snabbdom library. This backs up quick server-side rendering, in addition to component level caching. Here is why you can choose Vue.js for building applications: Focus Vue.js, which has a library independent from the existing frameworks, mainly goes into building UI. Supporting libraries such as –router, which is a flux-influenced library for state management, and that which is built for routing comes along with Vue.js. Simplicity Integrating Vue.js with your web project is a snap. The simplicity is because of the fact that the external libraries can be used either with or without jQuery. Thus, Vue.js is a killer combo of structure and simplicity. Reactivity At each point, when the variables change, it will inform their peers by default. This feature makes Vue.js quite reactive in nature. Flexibility With Vue.js, you can write code quickly and run straight from your browser. This feature helps you to create any complicated app making use of ES6, JSX, separate component files, routing, building, etc. Components Because Vue.js is highly flexible the components are small and reusable parts of User Interface. This however, is no special as the JS frameworks were built using the same concept. Copying Competitors Another stand-out feature of Vue.js is that it comes with the ability to replicate what works and what doesn’t in other frameworks. As already discussed, as Vue.js is a flux-influenced library for state management, it draws inspiration from Elm. In addition to this, Vue’s components are more or less similar with Polymer’s customer elements.