Due to the sheer support that Angular receives from Google and the responses and ideas that it receives from its community, the framework is always kept to date. Angular JS even incorporates the latest development trends in the market.
Each time new data is added or any data is updated at the back end, the browser reloads the web page and repeats the whole process again. Only after this, we can see the updated data on the view.
But this traditional data flow has one major drawback, it uses the DOM (Document Object Model).