Many organizations have large AngularJS 1.x applications deployed to production. These applications may be built by multiple teams from different lines of business. They may use different routers and state management strategies. Rewriting such applications all at once, or big bang migrations, is not just impractical, it is often impossible, and mainly for business reasons. We need to do gradually, and this is what this series of articles is about.
When used properly, animations can make a web application fun to use. Modern browsers are capable of animating different elements on a webpage by using just CSS. If you are using AngularJS in one of your projects, you can also use the ngAnimate module to add animation to it in the Angular way.
There are multiple open source and commercial Angular grids on the market and Julia suggests you to use one of them. So far she's worked and experimented with Wijmo, Kendo, ngx-datatable, Ag-Grid Angular grids. All of them are complex grid libraries with a rich set functions that are required by enterprise customers, such as grouping, sorting, filtering, scrolling, freezing, formatting, exporting, pagination, cell and row selection and much more.