Complete Guideline to launch a Successful Initial Coin Offering

Complete Guideline to launch a Successful Initial Coin Offering

The initial coin offering (ICO), sometimes called the token generation event or token sale, is the subject of much confusion. We will discuss all these things about what types of companies can ICO be used for, and what is the project approach in launching ICO. It is not intended as investment or legal advice, but as a template to show the process behind an ICO, and what the stakeholders (team, board, stakeholders) of a project need to be considered while conducting an ICO.

In today’s time, the blockchain industry is relatively new, there isn’t much information on the subject from a project perspective, and with each new ICO, teams are learning best practices about what is right to do and what not to do. Below is a guide to all the information we collect about the ICO process, including input from people who have had direct experience with the process.

  1. Pre Planning

The first two big questions you need to consider under pre planning are: 1. What is the purpose of the token? 2. Are you sure you want to do ICO?

  • Token 

What is the purpose of the token? What function or utility does it perform? If your application does not need to be built on top of the blockchain protocol, you should think hard before proceeding. For example, the computational cost of building an application on top of Ethereum is much more expensive than something like AWS. You must have a strong reason to build a decentralized application versus a centralized application.

If you are not absolutely sure whether your application should be built on Blockchain or not, it becomes necessary for you to do more research and spend more time learning about Bitcoin and Ethereum. Building a decentralized application is fundamentally different from an application using a client-server architecture, and will require you to fully understand the components of a blockchain and what can be built on top of this new architecture.

  • ICU

An ICO is fundamentally different from raising funds through a VC or other traditional means. On the one hand, you are selling the future use of your platform and not giving up equity. On the other hand, you are working as a public company on the first day. If you have a large community that you may need to manage post ICO, in such a situation you need to make sure that you can deal with this burden well in advance. Here are a few things to keep in mind when thinking about whether it’s a good idea to ICO your project in the first place:

  • Everything you do and all actions you take will be reflected in the price of the token.
  • Your team will bombard you non-stop several times a day, with questions about the price of your tokens.
  • You will need to become an international company from day one.
  • All your internal team discussions are likely to be publicly pursued.
  • There will be a lot of stress in trying to make things worth short term versus long term valuable.
  • If your product is not already open source, then there will be a huge backlash for becoming fully open source. There is a strong expectation that many blockchain projects are open-source projects.
  • In general, cryptocurrency projects are more public/transparent than normal startups, or even traditional public companies.
  • In general, good blockchain projects look and function more like open-source software projects versus traditional tech businesses. You and your team both have to decide whether it makes sense for your application to be built on the blockchain and whether you want to operate as a transparent and open company.
  1. Planning

Once you are ready and committed to do an ICO, the key components in the plan are proposal, whitepaper, token design, legal, precautions against inevitable hackers and communication (website, slack, social, press, are set to be prepared for interviews, etc.).

  • Proposal

The most important question is, how much do you want to raise? And why? The second most important question is, what do you want to achieve with the particular delivery method you are choosing?

  • Ideas
  • For your ICO, are you trying to raise the most money? Are you trying to build a wider base of supporters? Are you thinking of trying to target a specific profile of potential users? Are you trying to encourage developers to build on top of your platform? etc.
  • Other questions to consider
  • For allocation, reservation for your team, investors, partners, ecosystem, what percentage are you giving to the company/foundation?
  • Where will the money you raise go to? For which you need to have an annual budget for the next 5 years.
  • Do you want a hat? If so, which hat would you wear? It depends on the amount you are aiming to increase.
  • Would you like to pre-sale?
  • Depending on your growth goals, pre-sales can be used as social proof and tokens to the people you want to align with the most in your ecosystem. The downside of a pre-sale is that it favors certain people/groups over the participants in a normal crowdsale.
  • If you are pre-sale, you should create a pre-sale booking agreement to reserve a specific amount of allotment for each pre-sale buyer and for those participating in the pre-sale. Be transparent about, at what cost.
  • If you decide to pre-sale, you also need to think about what % of the allocation is distributed in the pre-sale in relation to the % you are selling in the crowdsale.
  • For ICO Itself
  • Which currencies will you accept? Like BTC, ETH, anything else?
  • Do you want to do pre-registration? It is becoming increasingly common for crowds to do some form of “Know Your Customer” (KYC) for those who wish to participate.
  • Are you willing to do the KYC process yourself or use a service like Civic to complete the process?
  • Depending on your goals, do you want to split an even number of tokens to all registrants or first come first served? With a first come first serve, you run the risk of having most of your tokens bought by a small number of people.
  • Will you be rewarded for coming early? tiered pricing?
  • When will you meet? such as 1 day, 3 days, a week, etc.
  • Will you be doing geo-fencing? Barring specific countries from participating, such as approved countries – both US and Chinese investors are excluded from seeing more projects.
  • Will tokens be issued immediately after the completion of the token sale? If not, when?
  • Will you allow funds/institutional investors or only individuals to invest?

In general, you want a well thought out and prepared offer in which all the information is presented to anyone interested in participating in your ICO. The worst offenders are projects that obscure important information, for example hidden hard caps, or not being transparent about token allocation. And projects that change terms mid-fundraising. By doing any of these things you can get more money in the short term but in the long term your reputation of capital will be seriously damaged.

  • White Paper
  • The whitepaper is where everything above comes together and is synthesized into one major document. The whitepaper should cover all the internal workings of your application, how the entire system works, and how the token will be used within the system.
  • Normally, your whitepaper will include all technical information about your project, all information related to tokens, and all relevant information about your team.
  • This single document should give a potential contributor a complete picture of your application and give them enough information to make an informed decision.
  • Technical whitepapers are tough and can easily take 200+ hours of work from a whole team in a very short amount of time. It is also a document where your team takes ownership of creating this document, and much of it cannot be outsourced. Editors can help clear this up, but your team will have to write the bulk of the document.

Once you’ve completed your whitepaper, I encourage you to get detailed feedback from respected figures in the crypto space and the field you’re operating in, as well as the core demographic you’re looking for for your ICO. are targeting. And include the relevant changes before proceeding.

  • Legal
  • You will need a reputable law firm that has experience in incorporating blockchain companies/foundations and running the ICO process to advise you on your process.
  • The biggest legal question you will have to answer is: Is the token you are offering during an ICO a security or not?
  • What do you need to do to reduce concerns that the token could be a security?

Some other legal considerations are as follows:

  • Will you be using SAFT?
  • Are you fencing the offering?
  • Do you want to set up a foundation to be a token steward?

This guide is not intended to be legal advice, so be sure to speak with an attorney who has gone through this process before.

  • Communications

In general, the communication strategy for your team will include all the channels you will use to communicate about your project such as website, whitepaper, Slack, social, etc. All your channels need to be in sync, your entire team needs to be on deck, and you have to respond to people on time. It’s a huge job, of which here are some key components:

  1. Website, which includes:
  • Landing pages for crowd sales (separate from your main product page if you already have one)
  • Well designed pages in general perform better in ICOs
  • Team– Every team member needs a clear and updated LinkedIn profile because potential contributors will do due diligence on each team member.
  • Mentor– Every mentor needs a clear and updated LinkedIn profile because potential contributors will do due diligence on each member of the team.
  • A potential red flag for contributors is when there are more mentors than team members.
  • Budget– can be included in the whitepaper or as a separate section on the website. There is a need for clarity on where the funding is going, and how long it will be projected to last.
  • Depending on the feedback– the budget may be included in a “business whitepaper” (some teams have two white papers one technical and one business-oriented) or on the website. In general, the budget should be kept somewhere clearly and transparently with a record of any changes made to it.
  • Roadmap– can be included in the whitepaper or as a separate section on the website.
  • Depending on the feedback– the roadmap can be incorporated into a “business whitepaper”, some teams two whitepapers one technical and one business-oriented or website. In general, the roadmap should be clearly and transparently laid out somewhere along with a record of any changes made to it.
  • Token allocation– which can be included in the whitepaper or as a separate section on the website. You need to be transparent about what you are selling, the terms of the ICO, and the terms of the pre-sale (if applicable). At a minimum, potential contributors should be able to calculate their effective market cap and understand what will be circulating and total supply. Token allocation and sale information can be included in a “business whitepaper” (some teams include two whitepapers one technical and one business-oriented) or in a website – based on feedback. In general, token allocation and sale information should be clearly and transparently placed somewhere (ideally both the pre-sale terms and the crowdsale terms) along with a record of any changes made to it. Teams should be transparent about this kind of information with no hidden surprises. For example, early pre-sale investors get ridiculous bonuses etc.
  • Contribution Details– To be issued when ICO/Pre-ICO is ready. Be careful as this section can be hacked and the contribution address can be changed to the hacker’s address. See the “Security” section below.
  1. Github

A clean, updated Github repository is required. visit to- Everything that is created should be in a public repository so that potential contributors can review everything in advance. Internal communication channels (Slack, Rocket Chat, Riot, etc.) need to be the main communication channel and the team needs to be active there. Consider hiring a full-time community manager to moderate your chosen communication channel. This community manager can also act as a bridge between the larger community and your internal team.

The channels need to be set up properly and moderated heavily. Example channels such as Announcements, Developers, General, Random, Support, and Scam Alerts (to be able to notify all users of potential scams) The main channel used by teams right now is Slack but for crypto projects about Slack There are some major cons.

1) Slack is not meant for large group communication.

2) Slackbots and scam users are easy to hack.

3) It’s easy to direct messaging users and send false announcements and contribution messages. Read more about the disadvantages of sluggishness for cryptocurrency projects here.

  1. BitcoinTalk

Create a bitcoin talk announcement of the token. Example:

  1. Reddit

Own your own subreddit, brand it, and put up some posts. Example:

  1. Newsletter

Set up a newsletter on your website. Email is the best way to directly share important information with potential contributors on the day of the ICO.

  1. Blog

What is needed is a clean, updated blog, ideally with a history of posts already in place. Example: &

  1. Twitter

Must have a clean and updated Twitter account. Example:

  1. Advertisement

Will you do paid advertising? This is an individual decision that your team needs to make. In general, advertising teams look weak.

  1. Public Relation
  • Press Entering both crypto publications and general news.
  • Interview– Q&A, speaking engagements, technical talks, etc.
  • Events– conferences, meetings, technical talks, dinners, online Q&A sessions, etc.
  • Podcasts– Epicenter, Unchained, Ether Review, etc.
  1. Translation

Translation in a foreign language requires a genuine commitment. You not only need to translate your whitepaper and website, but you also have to translate all subsequent changes and announcements. You may need to hire someone to manage translations for Q&A and inquiries on various social channels. If you decide to translate, you need to target languages. By the way, Chinese/English seems to be the most common.

  1. Community Management

Additional people on staff need to be prepared at all times, across all channels, to answer questions. The more success your ICO achieves, the more community support you may need. In general, you want to have a constant presence on the web before your ICO, during your ICO, and even after your ICO. Potential contributors need to know that your team is serious and in it for the long haul.

  1. Smart Contract / Blockchain / Wallet

Which blockchain will you use? Are you looking for ERC20 tokens? The smart contract needs to be prepared in advance. If you do pre-sale and ICO, you may need two smart contracts and additional considerations and if you are planning to do reservation contract.

Security audit on a smart contract requires you to do it ahead of time and publish the results. Your entire fundraiser is based on this smart contract, so it has to be 100% accurate. If it’s only 99% correct, you leave yourself open to potential hackers. To be extra safe, some projects now have multiple parties conduct their own independent audits and all publish individual results. Set up a bug bounty. You need to set up a wallet that receives ICO payments. The safest options are hardware wallets or multi-sig hardware options. Depending on which currency you accept, you may need more than one setup.

  1. General Safety Tips
  • This is by no means an exhaustive list. If you are concerned you should consult a security engineer who has gone through the ICO process before.
  • Buy all website domains that look like yours and all the different TLD forms of your name.
  • Hackers will try to recreate your landing page with the same domain name as yours, using your own address instead. You also need to be on the lookout for any potential scams after ICO and ICO.
  • Register all social media accounts with names that look like you.
  • Like a website, hackers will also try to copy and spoof your social media accounts and point them to a different landing page than yours. You’ll still need to be on the lookout for it after your crowdsale is over. One trick scammers try to do is “expand their crowd” and deceive potential supporters.
  • Set up Cloudflare on your landing page.
  • Your website has a major vulnerability. Be sure to set up two-factor authentication internally to make changes to your website and monitor your site comprehensively.
  • Restrict the ability to change/commit your page/github/social media/everything. Keep two factor authentication setup on everything – even your own internal team.
  • Turn off Slack API. Slack isn’t set up for public groups raising funds. There are many scam attempts directly involving Slackbot messages, which despite all the warnings admins can’t stop and many people fall for. Even though Slack is the default communication channel, I would consider using another method of public communication or at least controlling the inflow to the token sale.
  • Ask people to bookmark your site, don’t click on links.
  • Do not release your wallet public address until the day of the ICO (simultaneous release on all your communication channels).
  • Remind people not to send their contributions from exchanges like Coinbase. They have to be from the wallet they control.

3. Before the ICO

  • For registration, if you are doing a registration system-based ICO, issue all the details and get people registered in advance. Example:
  • Create a tutorial for registration. Example:
  • The release of a tutorial video and tutorial blog post on how to participate makes everything readily apparent.
  • Create an explanatory video to show you how to buy tokens. You need at least a semi-professional 2-3 minute video with professional voice talent. Set it to private and don’t release it until the day of the ICO. Example:
  • Beware of all potential hackers. Example:
  • Write a blog post about every step of the process.
  • Live Streaming Video Q&A
  • Community Management x100, be prepared – you will find a plethora of questions leading up to the ICO.

4. Day of the ICO

  • Community Management x1000, be ready. On the day of your ICO and in the days leading up to it, the entire team will need to be on call, basically 24/7.
  • Beware of all attack vectors and turn off Slack if necessary.
  • Remind people not to send their contribution from an exchange, they need to send it from the wallet in which they control the private key.
  • Keep sharing the tutorial videos you made for how to participate. Limit sources of truth to a place where people have the information they need to contribute.
  • Livestream on completion of ICO.

5. After the ICO

The top two questions you will get after ICO are:

  1. Where are my tokens?
  • This is easily the number one question. Create a tutorial video (for all combinations of wallets) and post it on all your channels.
  • For people who send their contributions from the exchange, you must reply to them. Unfortunately, his contribution is most likely because he needed to send his contribution from a wallet he controlled.
  1. Which exchange are you going to list? When?
  • Most exchanges have an application page so if you want to get listed on them, start building these relationships quickly.
  • At the same time, various exchanges will list your tokens for sale, whether you want to or not. For example, EtherDelta is a peer-to-peer exchange where anyone can offer any token or currency for sale without your permission.
  • Write blog posts later. Example:
  • Give an update as soon as your ICO is completed. Worst case scenario is you don’t communicate at all and look like you took ICO money and ran away, don’t do it.

6. Project Running

Now that you have a community of 1,000 people (if not more) with their own money invested in your project, you’ll be showered with questions daily. The blessing and curse of a community that really cares, you now have very high hopes for living.

  • Treasury Policy

The fiscal policy is to buy, spend, freeze, discount and burn tokens. If you keep a lot of tokens in the treasury, people will wonder when they will hit the market. If you pay people in tokens without vesting, they can dump them. If you pay in lock-up tokens, you will need to supplement them with some cash. All this requires clear communication, so that people know what is happening. Also, there is a need to inform soon about how tokens are taxed for the team, advisors, investors etc. You need to think quickly about compensation plans for employees and consultants.

Furthermore, if large institutional buyers participated in your pre-sale, there is a huge risk that they will dump a substantial portion of their holdings, depending on how well their ICO is going. If you allow institutional investors, you have to decide whether you will apply the lockup period for them or not. Above all, the most important thing is that you need to be transparent about what is happening.

  • Monetary Policy

Monetary policy is how many tokens there are, how divisible they are, and the inflation/deflation policy you set. You need to be clear and transparent with the policy you set, and if you ever make any changes to it.

  • Money Management
  • Once you’ve raised your funding through an ICO, you’ll need to decide how much of your contribution is cash in fiat, and how much remains in crypto (if any). This is what you should decide before completing the ICO.
  • You should also start negotiating with banks early so that you will have no problem converting funds from token sales into fiat or wiring for company expenses, taxes, etc.

Following all of this will not make the ICO a success, but hopefully it shares a better insight on the whole process from the perspective of the owners of the project team. Fundraising via ICO vs Fundraising via Equity is not any easier, it’s just different. As a team, you really want to make sure that a token sale is the best thing for your company because if you do an ICO for the wrong reasons, you will be stuck with the results for a very long time.

Best Technology for HealthTech Apps in 2021: Native or Hybrid

Best Technology for HealthTech Apps in 2021: Native or Hybrid

We have predicted based on the study of long-term experiences, trends indicate change in a digitally focused future. For many businesses, this means finding digital solutions at scale. As these trends are not slowing down, industries such as healthcare are increasingly adapting to new digital healthcare markets by increasing their innovation. Given these trends, it is time to develop a mobile app. While there are many benefits to going mobile, successful apps require due diligence and careful preparation before going into the build phase.

This means devoting a fair amount of time to researching and testing different types of app builds depending on your business goal, product, and situation. In the world of mobile apps, there’s an important technical choice you need to make before you start building, either native app code or a hybrid framework. This article will explain and compare these two options to ensure that your business is making the most effective and sustainable decisions. To begin, let’s begin to discuss each approach with an explanation.

Difference between Native & Hybrid Apps

Before you can decide which app is right for your business, you need to have a solid understanding of both approaches. Expert-level knowledge isn’t necessary, but knowing the differences between these options is the key to choosing the best build style to help your app flourish. In the past, Native and Hybrid approaches were generally used interchangeably. The pros and cons have been pitched against in style.

While both have their advantages and disadvantages, there is no longer crystal clear segmentation between these types of apps. Both approaches have evolved. Therefore, comparing the overall characteristics of both gives a more clear direction as to which type will work best for you.

Security and HIPAA / PIPEDA

Before we differentiate between app technologies, let’s talk about one major security similarity. For any app, security is an essential priority, but healthcare apps have to meet additional security requirements. All health care apps must, under law, be compliant with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) in the United States and the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) in Canada.

Additionally, some provinces in Canada have their own rules that must be followed. Since health data is more personal and sensitive than the information used in other mobile apps, these apps need to be well protected. A breach could cost your company millions of dollars and consumer confidence. So from the moment you start developing your app, security should be a priority, whatever the type. At Winklix, we follow privacy by design principles to ensure privacy and security from the very beginning.

Native Apps

Native apps are mobile applications that are developed and programmed for a particular operating system (OS). Under which the two main operating systems are iOS and Android. Native iOS apps are coded in Swift or Objective-C, while native Android apps are written in Java or Kotlin. Mainstream examples of these apps include WhatsApp, Spotify and Facebook. 

As long as you have an internet connection, these are mobile apps that you download to your device and can use at all times. Actual development can vary between iOS and Android apps, but the benefits of Native apps are generally the same across the board. These benefits can be found in the table below.

Hybrid Apps

Hybrid apps are mobile applications that have been developed to accommodate multiple operating systems (OS) with the same codebase. A hybrid app appears as a native app that can be downloaded by a single user and connects to most of the capabilities provided by the OS. Some examples of hybrid apps include Instagram, Pinterest, and Uber Eats.

Some of the top frameworks for hybrid apps include Flutter, Xamarin, and Ionic. However, React Native is becoming a more popular framework option. React Native, created by Facebook, is currently the most popular way to build hybrid apps through cross-platform frameworks when building apps for both iOS and Android Allows for greater speed and flexibility. This framework is gaining more market share as compared to other hybrid frameworks such as:

  • Codepush, which provides the ability to update apps on the fly without approval from Apple or Google
  • React.js, a web framework also created by Facebook, uses the same building blocks as React Native, allowing logic sharing between web and mobile app projects
  • Large community support with many leading companies building their apps with React Native.

With continuous development, Facebook is making React Native easy to use, so it is able to increase its market share every day.

Note on Progressive Web Apps

Before continuing, it’s important to touch on Web Apps. Web apps are just what they sound like applications that users can access on the Web through their Internet browser. They are not standalone apps that you download, so they do not take up any storage space or memory on your device. The advantage here is that users just have to open Google Chrome or Safari, load the webpage, and they are all set.

On the other hand, relying on a persistent internet connection makes the application susceptible to poor performance. If the browser or connection isn’t working, your app might not work either. Some examples of such apps are Lyft and AliExpress.

Although these sites are fully functional in the browser, the brand still has native apps available for download. The reality is that most people are still going to the App Store and Google Play Store to find popular products that will be worth using on the go. Thus, creating a native or hybrid app is still a major priority for businesses across all industries. Due to the rapid development of native and hybrid apps, web apps are not used as often as they used to be. This does not mean that they should be exempted. The world of progressive web apps continues to improve. More browsers, more capabilities, more distribution options and other features make them attractive. 

How do you Decide which Approach to take?

These apps are gradually increasing in constant recognition and giving good results, and their reliability improvements have been released. In fact, determining which app building approach is right for you is challenging. There are many factors to consider in your decision-making process, such as user research and analysis, talent required, long-term planning, cost of manufacturing, development time and hardware/Bluetooth integration.

The decision to build a native or hybrid app should be based on your business objectives. Before moving towards development, you must consider the following questions:

  • Do you prioritize time to market or optimum performance?
  • How many complex features do you need for the product to work properly?
  • How much do you value user experience?

Answering these questions, and more, is the key to unlocking the best decisions on your app building journey.

Special Considerations with Healthcare Apps

There are some special considerations to consider if you want to build a healthcare app. Furthermore, unlike apps in other industries, healthcare apps rely primarily on two unique factors: security and interoperability, which we’ll discuss as follows:


As summarized above, security is of the utmost importance for healthcare apps. Every system and connection with access to healthcare software poses a cyber security risk, so the data found in these apps must be well protected. The security vulnerabilities of these apps depend mainly on the platform itself and how well the code is written. The easier it is for hackers to access the code and software, the greater the risk to your app. Examples of some solutions to ensure the security of healthcare apps include:

  • Load Balancers, Firewalls and VPNs
  • Two-factor authentication
  • Secure socket technology
  • Data wipe
  • App testing and updates


Healthcare apps should strive to be compatible with the traditional healthcare system. Mobile health information devices and systems must be able to access, exchange, integrate and use data cooperatively with traditional systems that cross borders or boundaries. This adaptability results in timely and seamless portability of information, and optimizes the health of individuals and populations globally. While this is not always achievable due to technical limitations or data privacy restrictions, the interactivity of healthcare apps should always be considered.

Wrapping Up

Deciding to build an app for your business is a very simple decision. The hard part is determining which benefits from each app creation approach will actually ensure the app success of your business. It requires a lot of research and evaluation before you can be sure that your decision is the right one. Using the information presented in this article, you will be able to measure the benefits each approach provides by evaluating it against your goals, product and position.

If you’re ready to take the next step and start building your app, contact us today. We’ll walk you through the entire process, and get you on your way to meeting your business mobile goals.

8 Highly Successful Angular Apps to Inspire an App Project

8 Highly Successful Angular Apps to Inspire an App Project

When a product comes from Google’s home, you can expect it to be amazing. Angular is an amazing component-based framework built to create efficient and sophisticated single-page web applications.The angular structure has not only gained mass popularity in recent years, but has done so despite it. Rise of many new, new rivals. For a framework to maintain high levels of developer trust for so long it makes it worth watching. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at some of the best angular features that make it a highly demanding app development framework for a wide variety of app development projects.

We will look at some of the most popular websites and apps built with Angular and explore the immense power of Angular technology. Angular applications are comprehensive and versatile in their scope and functionality. Some of the world’s largest brands rely on the AngularJS Framework to deliver an unmatched user experience. Angular apps are as powerful as they are diverse and offer extremely fast loading speeds, high-quality performance, and stellar UI / UX.

Basis of Angular

An open-source JavaScript framework is ready for creating AngularJS dynamic web apps. Maintained by Google, it aims to grow web-based applications with model-view-controller (MVC) capability. This makes it easy to develop along with testing. AngularJS lets you extend the HTML terminology and syntax for your application, helping your apps to be readable, expressive, and developed.

AngularJS is a completely client-side solution that handles DOM and AJAX Glu code, giving it a well-defined structure, reducing many pain points throughout the development cycle. Our experienced Angular developers create complete solutions to give you a robust and well maintained responsive web app. Angular App Development Services provides you with a highly sophisticated framework for creating high-performance apps that are liked by your users.

Angular vs AngularJS

AngularJS is over 10 years old, making it one of the oldest application development frameworks. It was developed by Google in 2010, and was, at the time, a major app framework. For many years, the Google team continued to upgrade to Angular JS. In 2016, Google launched an entirely new version of AngularJS. It was then that he decided to leave JS and call it Angular only.

Google will continue to support AngularJS until June 2021 and Angular – the new version will be Google’s primary impetus. Being a time-tested framework, Angular has shown extreme reliance over the years and only gets better with new updates. Despite the increasing popularity of new options such as React Native and Woo, some Angular features are so unique and useful that app developers still choose them for their app development.

Features of Angular that Improve App Development

Being a time-tested framework, Angular has shown extreme reliance over the years and only gets better with new updates. Despite the increasing popularity of new options such as React Native and Woo, some Angular features are so unique and useful that app developers still choose them for their app development.

  1. MVC Architecture

Angular is built on what is called the Model-V-Controller architecture. The application data is controlled by the model, while the data display is controlled by the view component. These two have the function of coordinating the controller and various components with three, MVC architecture allowing developers to split the app and write code to add the same. Angular makes it even easier by allowing developers to simply split the application and Angular does the rest.

  1. Low Code Framework

Writing long code is fun, no developer ever said. We love a framework that finishes the work in more concise, less verbose code. That’s exactly what Angular developers do. Compared to many other front-end technologies, Angular Model View and Controller cuts coding significantly by not writing separate code to add components. Additionally, no specific code is required for manual viewing. Since the instructions are isolated from the app code, it also goes a long way in reducing the code. As a result, Angular offers developers a fairly short-code framework for developing apps.

  1. Two-Way Data Binding

Angular’s two-way data binding is one of its best features that significantly reduces development time. The model layer and the view layer remain in full sync and any changes you make to the model layer are easily visible in the view, allowing you to easily make changes.

  1. Dependency Injection

Another notable feature in Angular that helps reduce app development time and increase developer comfort is dependency injection. Essentially, dependency injection is a design pattern in which objects are passed to other objects to perform related tasks, thus effectively dividing the task between different services. It creates service instances and injects them into classes such as components and services. Dependency injection helps to increase modularity and flexibility in applications.

  1. Rich Ecosystem

The tool or technology for app development should always be selected based on its ecosystem. It refers to libraries, extensions, and other components of functionality improvements that enable a framework to be enriched and overused. Angular excellence in this department. It is a robust framework with many inherent functionalities. Developers do not need to waste time installing many different extensions when developing with Angular. If you want anything special. However, there is an option to choose from a large number of eternal resources. Thanks to its rich ecosystem, Angular is one of the ones to develop strong apps with advanced UI / UX and features.

  1. Angular CLI

The Angular CLI is one of the best command-line interfaces in the industry offering state-of-the-art features that reduce JavaScript fatigue and help automate development workflows. It helps developers to initialize, build, develop, scaffold and maintain Angular applications directly from the command shell. Like this you don’t

All the necessary dependencies are to install and configure and to waste time wiring it together.

  1. Virtual Scrolling

Virtual scrolling allows better loading and unloading of visible DOM elements, enabling an efficient method for item simulation. This is a feature that was added to the Command Development Kit (CDK). As the developer scrolls, it shows the visible DOM elements and the next list is displayed.

  1. Typescript

Talking about frontend development, TypeScript has been the top choice of developers. It is fast, concise, highly efficient in identifying bugs and providing a seamless experience to developers. TypeScript automatically populates the root file configuration, making compilation easy. Angular’s use of TypeScript gives developers unmatched ease of use and functionality.

Best Popular Apps Built With Angular

Since its inception in 2010 and its complete relaunch in 2016, Angular has been used by many businesses to develop their app. Some of the most well-known Angular app examples, as well as popular Angular website examples, are listed below:

  1. Gmail

You have used it day to day for years. Angular was chosen by the world’s most used email service when it came time to create a mobile app. If you have ever noticed some of the subtle but powerful features of Gmail, you can feel the power of Angular at work. Angular is made possible by an extremely simple user interface, extremely fast loading times, offline capabilities, and a great user experience.

Angular is a Google product. Therefore, it makes complete sense to choose it to create their signature email app. However, there is more to Google’s decision to build a Gmail app with Angular. Gmail is a single page app. It caches the data in the backend and renders it in the front end. While loading it can take a few moments at first, once the app is loaded, you can open and close emails very fast, even accessing them offline.

  1. Upwork

The world’s largest freelancer platform – Upwork is a busy platform that is visited by millions of people every day. Upwork is another great angular website example. It is a Paa or platform as a service site that connects millions of freelancers worldwide to employer clients who need their services. Because working on upwork involves significant traffic, international payments, escrow and many more. For sensitive tasks, fixing the framework was a priority. Angular drew it with its strong architecture and great functionality. Data security, which is clearly a major priority for Upwork, is fully controlled by Angular.

  1. Youtube TV

YouTube TV is Google’s response to Hulu + Live TV and AT&T TV Now. Launched in 2017, it gives its audience affordable access to many live events. Available on Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, Fire TV, XBox One and others, YouTube is another high-traffic application that was created using Angular. It not only offers a stream of live content, but also allows users to record as much content as they want, offering unlimited storage for up to nine months. The heavy lifting shows the raw power of Angular’s ability to create apps that perform an angular application with YouTube TV.

  1. Microsoft Office

Another application you have probably used today is Microsoft Office Online, an Angularjs website that provides free access to all major applications such as Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint. As you can imagine, all these heavyweight functions are readily available with all major platforms – Windows, Android, iOS and Angular.

  1. Udacity

One of the world’s most popular eLearning apps – audacity is widely used by people for online learning with structured courses that help them to enhance their careers. With hours on online courses, hundreds of thousands of students and teachers, and vast reserves of online video content, Udacity needs a strong frontend and backend. Thanks to Angular’s MVC architecture, Udacity runs these courses without interruption and gives students a seamless learning experience.

  1. Paypal

A big name in online payments, PayPal makes international payments easier. PayPal enables online payment with only one email address, providing maximum user protection. You do not need to disclose more than this to your payer. PayPal is one of the most popular apps built with Angular. With over 300 million active users, PayPal needs a huge system that can handle transactions with maximum security. Angular technology makes this possible with its advanced integration opportunities. Uninterrupted checkout, quick but secure authorization, and intuitive interface make PayPal what it is today and is only possible due to Angular.

  1. Forbes

When it comes to names like Forbes, users expect no less than stellar quality. Angular helps provide that quality to the Forbes application. Forbes, a magazine that has been in vogue for over 100 years now and has successfully managed to become a commander in both the digital as well as publishing world, gives high respect to aesthetics. This ensures that its digital magazines look as beautiful on all platforms as its published copy. Angularjs web development ensures this happens. Digital editions of Forbes magazine look great on mobile web browsers, desktops, and everywhere else.

  1. is not only a reliable source of weather forecasting, but also has an attractive interface and unmatched user experience. With more than 126 million users per month, manages to remain clean, navigable, and aesthetically despite the plethora of information. From forecasts, news and entertainment to local guides and interesting facts, does it all and does it with grace. Angular for MVC architecture enables unmatched functionality. Angular makes high-quality performance possible, by storing the modules in separate directories and allowing teams to work independently on different elements of the website.

What Apps Can be Built with Angular

Now that you have seen 8 very popular Angular app examples, you have probably got an idea of ​​Angular’s very versatile powers. If you are an entrepreneur, a startup, or an SME, wondering what Angular is used for, well, you can build a variety of applications with Angular. Angular can help you create a single page app, progressive web app, enterprise app, offline app, e-commerce app, app with compelling animations, and more.

Angular is also perfect for building server-side render (SSR) apps. These are quick-loading, high-functionality apps. In fact, no matter what kind of app you are hoping to create, Angular has you covered.


To include it in the app, no matter what business you are in, Angular has a feature set that fully meets your needs. From reducing development time to cutting development costs, Angular Framework provides the right solution for your app. Additionally, Angular has a very active online community that builds it. Angular app and web development is easy to troubleshoot, learn and move forward.