We are happy to introduce to you the new Angular Material Admin Template. We built this dashboard without jQuery and Bootstrap. It’s our new template built with Angular – an open-source JavaScript framework. This template will help you with developing different kinds of web applications (data visualization apps, SAAS, project management tools). It’s convenient to use it by various devices – the template is fully responsive.


  • Angular 8 
  • Charts based on Apexcharts and Amcharts
  • E-Commerce Section
  • Fully Documented Codebase
  • No jQuery and Bootstrap
  • Typescript
  • Authentication

We created this template with Angular framework. A framework is a code with the help of which you can build a program. This code is versatile and reusable. Frameworks provide particular functionality, preventing the necessity to develop the product from scratch.

In fact, many frameworks exist, they have different names varied from one programming language to another. For example, the Python language has a Django framework, PHP has Laravel, Ruby has Ruby on Rails, JavaScript – React, Vue, Angular. If you’re looking to leverage the power of Django for your projects, it’s beneficial to hire Django developers who can provide expert guidance and efficient implementation.

It’s common to distinguish three types of frameworks: 

– UI/CSS frameworks (Bootstrap, Materialize);

– Frontend frameworks (React, Vue, Angular);

– Backend frameworks (Django, Laravel).

Why do we use frameworks?

The interesting question is why do we use frameworks. Some old-school developers actually write pure code without frameworks. They justify their position with an argument that they are able to program whatever they need without additional tools. What is more, they don’t want to spend their time studying any framework when it’s possible to go without it. However, there is another position. This approach is based on the list of frameworks’ advantages. Firstly, a framework – is already developed software. You don’t need to reinvent the wheel. 2024 Research

The knowledge of a framework makes your work more efficient and in general reduces your working time. In addition, you have the possibility to concentrate on the high-level functionality not worrying about low-level software. Secondly, apart from the fact that frameworks are reusable, they are also robust and secure. So, if you use a framework, you get a basic level of security. Thirdly, taking into account that frameworks have been developed by a strong developers’ team, you don’t have to worry about bugs. Testing and debugging the code becomes easier. 

In conclusion, the usage of a framework is a kind of option. Yes, you can try to avoid this option by working on the pure programming language. Maybe, you find the process of learning something new too overwhelming and daunting. On the other hand, if you make an effort at learning, you will certainly benefit from this knowledge. It will make you a more productive and sought-after developer. 

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