Angular uses a component-based architecture, which allows developers to break down a complex web application into a set of smaller, reusable components. Each component represents a piece of the user interface, such as a form, a button, or a table, and it has its own state, behavior, and template. This makes it easy to manage the different parts of a web application and to reuse them across multiple pages.
Angular also provides a powerful set of features for building web applications, such as dependency injection, data binding, and a powerful template system. It also provides a powerful set of tools for testing and debugging web applications, such as Karma and Protractor.
Angular is one of the most popular front-end frameworks and it's widely used by many companies and organizations, it's also compatible with most of the modern web browsers and it's supported by a large and active community, which makes it easier to find support and tutorials online.