The Angular framework came onto the scene in 2009. It has since grown wildly popular with programmers located all across the globe. This wide acceptance has made it a common choice for distributed teams. Angular nearshore development offers the simplicity of a shared language for programmers while supporting the speedy delivery of high-quality products. Angular nearshore development is a complementary approach that can speed up development, increase product quality, and overall supports the performance of distributed teams.
What is the Angular Framework?
How is the Angular Approach Used In Nearshore Software Development
Since the Angular approach is so popular worldwide, it makes it easy for engineers new to a team to jump right into an ongoing development and effectively contribute to its progress. Programmers who are new to Angular and programmers who are experts will have a common language and be able to work together, which enhances the teamwork needed for a distributed team to succeed.
Benefits of Angular Nearshore Development
Ease of Use
A feature of distributed teams is that programmers are often used on a rolling basis, meaning they’ll be added to ongoing development. The Angular framework allows programmers to jump into (and out of) product developments quickly and effectively. Since Angular features standardized built-in tools like hassle-free routing and FormControl, it’s easy for developers to join and start contributing immediately. This keeps teams from having to “rebuild the wheel” anytime someone new joins up, making it very efficient. And, as a general rule, anything generating efficiency is a complement to nearshoring.
Level of Accessibility
Most modern programmers use the powerful assistance of a Code Editor while building software. Most major editors are wholly integrated with Angular. This makes it simple for more programmers to use Angular. Some of the Code Editors that integrate with Angular are:
a. Visual Studio Code
b. Sublime text
c. Angular IDE
This creates a high likelihood of compatibility and flexibility between in-house and nearshore teams.
Testing is simplified
Creating a product that caters to users worldwide adds degrees of complexity to modern software development. Products must perform exceptionally well in the face of multiple users and diverse contexts and locations, so they must be tested for all these factors. Even without these variables, testing is key to the success of a product. This is taken into account by Angular. When each component is built in an independent Angular ecosystem, it’s easy to run procedures that test each component’s quality assurance. Angular can go one step further by building testing into its ecosystems. This also makes it easier to maintain consistency with a rotation of programmers doing the testing.
There is a whole community of people not just using Angular across the globe but contributing to its evolution and continued success. One of the benefits of a large user community is that there are a lot of people who are deeply knowledgeable about Angular and who want to help other Angular users. This supports nearshore teams because if there is a problem with Angular and their coworkers are off the clock, they can likely find outside help or a solution quickly.
Angular Nearshore Development and Encora
Encora’s pool of talented and experienced nearshore software engineers can jump into any product development using the Angular framework. This level of diversity and skill makes Encora one of the top nearshore companies in the world. They have provided nearshore teams to 28 Fortune 1000 clients, and industry leaders such 1800-Flowers, DHL, Sagent and TripAdvisor. Encora’s teams are high retention, which allows for repeatable and scalable results for their clients. With the same or similar timezone, North American companies can enjoy the ease of communication that results in fast product turnaround. Encora’s teams are well-versed in Angular, allowing them to start producing results immediately. Please reach out to Encora with any questions or to get started.