Build a web application with Angularjs and React, and you’ll be able to build apps with just about any platform, including Mac and Windows.
Here’s how to get started.
1:35 Get started Getting started with Angular and React is a relatively simple task.
AngularJS, on the other hand, is built for the desktop.
This means that you’re likely to be using a desktop browser on your laptop or desktop PC, and so you’ll probably be able access the AngularJS console with either a browser or an IDE.
React is designed to run on a mobile device.
This is not a huge problem, because mobile browsers have a lot of the same features as desktop browsers, but you will likely want to use a mobile browser for the first time.
There are a few advantages to using AngularJS on a Mac or Windows machine: AngularJS is fast.
This speed will increase if you use the Angular CLI to build your app.
You’ll also be able build a mobile version of your app on the Mac or on a Windows PC with Angular CLI installed.
Angular is more extensible than React, which means you can extend it for new uses.
Angular will let you create a custom component in a second.
React doesn’t let you do that.
If you’ve already built a React app, it’s not much of a challenge to extend your app in Angular, and vice versa.
Angular’s features are also more extensibility-friendly.
This isn’t true of React, but it’s important to remember that React is more modular than Angular is.
You can use Angular’s components as your own modules.
In React, you can use a template to provide the structure of your component, and this is very similar to Angular’s templates.
In Angular, you have to specify the template yourself, and then use it in your component.
This makes it much easier to customize your app, and also lets you add new features.
Angular also has an easier way to build web apps than React does.
Angular gives you the ability to specify a template for your web page.
The template is just a string with a single HTML tag.
You write HTML to provide a template.
If your template doesn’t work, you’ll see a warning message saying you don’t understand HTML.
This message is a warning about the HTML that’s being passed to your Angular component.
If this is the first HTML page that your app renders, you probably want to avoid creating your own template.
The easiest way to avoid this is to use the built-in template parser in Angular.
Angular doesn’t support writing HTML to a template that doesn’t exist in the DOM.
For this reason, you might want to only write HTML when you want your template to work.
Angular provides an easy way to do this.
You use a script tag to add the HTML you want Angular to render to the template.
When you’re done, you just use the tag to create your HTML.
For example, to create a template with a simple header and a header.html, you could write: $ ng g template header.
This is my header.
I created it from this script tag.
If you have a template named
, you could use this code: $ng g template div.html
You can create more complex templates using directives, but this will take longer to render and requires more complex HTML.
Angular comes with some built-ins that let you define template tags and templates that can be reused for more complex content.
Angular allows you to add additional HTML elements, such as tags and tags, which can be used to specify additional HTML content.
For more information on the syntax of Angular templates, check out the Angular wiki.
Angular 2 and later AngularJS 2 and earlier has a built-up API, and there’s a new syntax for writing Angular directives.
You will have to use Angular 2 or later, but if you’ve been using Angular 1, you should use Angular 1 or later.
The new syntax makes it easier to write HTML directives that are similar to those in Angular 1.
There’s also an option to add custom CSS.
For examples of how to use directives in AngularJS 1, see the Angular Wiki.
If a directive is defined in Angular JS, you will need to use an Angular template