What makes AngularJS even better is that it is backed up by the Internet giant Google! It helps in building single-page applications or SPAs. A lot of reputed global companies like Walmart grocery, weather.com, VEVO, the guardian and CVS pharmacy use AngularJS to power their web platforms.
What are the advantages of AngularJS SPAs?
SPAs present an interesting way to interact with your users when it is built with AngularJS. Since all the essential information is present on a single page, it helps in reducing the bounce rate and it also helps in increasing the time spent on the site.
AngularJS ensures that most of the work is done on the client-side and even a single mouse over can result in an interactive change on the visual part of the web application. This makes an interesting case for e-commerce websites as they can customize the output according to the actions of the customer. All these aspects make AngularJS one of the greatest platforms for building interactive web applications. They can also be rendered flawlessly on mobiles, making them ideal for today’s world where more than 70% of the web traffic comes from mobile devices.
How to overcome the challenge?
This presents a challenge on understanding how your webpages are viewed by search engines. There are special tools that you can use to overcome this challenge. There is a website called Browseo that gives you all the elements of the page, the total word count, the internal and external links and the HTML elements. This will help you understand the way in which Google looks at your page.
Within the search console of Google, there is an option called “fetch as google”. You can see the page as it will be viewed by the search bots of Google.
Above all of these, one of the most sure-shot methods to find out the rendering of webpages is through the search engine index. You can locate the drop-down icon next to the index title and click the option to view the cached page. This will give you the exact rendition of how your page is viewed by search engines.