Angular: Google’s Front-End Framework that Google Doesn’t Recognise
This means that the site will be almost invisible – certainly as far as search engines are concerned – and impossible to index. Consequently, there are two possible courses of action: a radical intervention, which means either starting from scratch again or at the least implementing complicated procedures to render all the settings function. Alternatively, a smart layer can be installed such as iSmartFrame, which renders the website contents visible to Google without costly and invasive action.
HOW ANGULAR WORKS: PROS AND CONS
Let’s take it one step at a time, and first of all find out exactly what Angular is, why it’s not visible to Google – which supported to its development – and what a ‘smart layer’ is (and more importantly, what it does).
THE DEVIL IS IN THE DETAIL
A SMART LAYER TO THE RESCUE
STRENGTH IN UNITY
In this way, whoever still prefers Angular, and finds its best-suited to their needs – which includes most big companies featuring complex e-commerce systems – can carry on using Google’s development tool with no worries. And to fix the problem of being invisible to the world’s main search engine, it’s enough to add a quick and easy extra layer, which is simple to implement. This union of instruments and solutions makes it possible to have a top quality website that’s rich in functionality and content that can be easily accessed – by Google as well.