AngularJS & SemanticUI: Made for Each Other
It is needless to say AngularJS has an edge over competitors. When I switched from ExtJS to AngularJS, I began to marvel at the modularity and flexibility. The simplicity lies in making static HTML tags dynamic. The ‘Model-View-Whatever’ framework model allows to separate presentation logic from business logic. I love the directives and two-way-binding of it. Since the discussion on the pros and cons of AngularJS is not in the scope of this write-up, any kind of analysis on the use cases of AngularJS is left totally up to the reader. However, the simplicity and flexibility of AngularJS (not prescribing a specific application architecture or set of patterns) leads to the confusion of selecting the library of user interface components. This is where I can help you.
The write-up neither compares and analyzes all competitors, nor claims to be a comprehensive answer to the question. Nevertheless, it’s just an attempt to subjectively echo how AngularJS with SemanticUI eases the web developer life. As I don’t want make it drier with code snippets and use cases, let me conclude underlining the point that both AngularJS and SemanticUI share the same philosophy and complement each other. SemanticUI needs not be the best theme framework, but it’s the better half of AngularJS. May be coincidental, but true – they are made for each other!