Outsource Angular Development
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Outsource to our top 1.6% of Angular talent. Utilizing AI tools, they build
high-quality software faster, eliminating technical debt and reducing costs.

Why Choose Code & Pepper
for Angular Development Outsourcing?

Our secret ingredient is talent – the top 1.6% in Angular development. With over 16 years of experience, we’ve fine-tuned a rigorous
talent identification process that scrutinizes over 70 facets of Angular technology. These exceptional talents make smart
architecture decisions, use AI tools efficiently, and deliver high-quality software faster. While their hourly rate might be higher,
the improved efficiency and quality they bring drastically reduce the overall software building costs.

Efficiency Increase and Costs Reduction

Exceptional Engineering Talent

Our Angular outsourcing services connect you with top-notch engineering talent, delivering projects faster than average developers. This increased speed directly reduces development costs, making our solution both efficient and economical.

Proficiency with AI Tools

Our elite talents are adept at leveraging AI tools that enhance software development quality and speed. This streamlines the development process, reduces costs, and ensures your product is competitive and cutting-edge.

Superior Quality Assurance

Our top-tier talents produce high-quality software right from the start, significantly saving costs on testing, maintenance, and iterative development. This proactive approach helps prevent the accumulation of technical debt, giving you reliable software.

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Award-Winning Approach
to Angular Outsourcing Services

At Code & Pepper, we harness artificial intelligence and blend it with the ingenuity of our experienced professionals
to create dynamic teams that yield remarkable results. Our adept Angular developers integrate AI tools in their work,
combining machine precision and human innovation for superior outsource outcomes.

Superior Talent:
Our Service Foundation

Our rigorous talent identification method examines more than 70 facets of Angular proficiency, pinpointing the top 1.6% of contenders. This meticulous process allows us to provide outstanding Angular outsourcing services.

Selecting Only the Top 1.6% of Talent:
An Overview

The key to our top-notch Angular outsourcing services is our team of exceptional experts. When you choose
our Angular outsourcing services, you gain access to this select group, meticulously chosen through
a comprehensive talent identification process that scrutinizes over 70 aspects of Angular technology.


Across a year, we carried out assessments of an astounding 3083 hopefuls competing for a slot in our esteemed cohort.

1 out of 60
proves worthy

A mere 1 out of every 60 hopefuls successfully navigated our rigorous appraisals of technical skills and personal traits, securing a spot on our first-rate ensemble.

The Elite

This suggests that a mere 1.6% of candidates exhibit exceptional skills. These valued members of Code & Pepper stand ready to elevate your project to remarkable heights.

Our Angular Development
Outsourcing Services

Explore our broad range of Angular development outsourcing services designed to meet diverse business needs.
From custom web app development to industry-specific solutions, we deliver excellence
in every facet of Angular development.

Custom Angular Web App Development

We create everything from single-page applications to complex business systems, crafting bespoke Angular solutions that align seamlessly with your business objectives.

Angular Web App Upgrade & Migration

Looking to upgrade or migrate your existing app to Angular? Our team guarantees a smooth transition with minimal downtime, ensuring your operations remain uninterrupted.

Angular Front-end Development

Require only the frontend part of your product to be built? We possess the expertise and experience to collaborate in this model, delivering high-quality, secure frontend solutions tailored to your needs.

Angular Engineering Team Augmentation

Supercharge your team with the addition of our exceptional Angular engineers. They integrate fully into your existing team structure, providing that much-needed boost to your development capabilities.

FinTech Development with Angular

We excel in creating Angular-based FinTech solutions, offering security, scalability, and exceptional user experiences. Our expertise in this field empowers financial businesses to drive digital transformation successfully.

HealthTech Development with Angular

Our team has a rich history of developing Angular solutions for the healthcare industry. We deliver applications that enhance patient care, streamline processes, and comply with healthcare regulations, driving innovation in HealthTech.

Case Studies:
Proof of Our Proficiency

Code & Pepper’s extensive portfolio reflects our global impact in delivering Angular outsourcing services, especially
within the FinTech and HealthTech industries. Our collaborations with notable brands like Pelago (Quit Genius) and Finbourne highlight
our dedication to innovation and impactful Angular solutions, each project enhancing our reputation for success.

Elevating Pioneers in Digital Therapy

Our skilled Angular developers teamed up with Pelago (former: QuitGenius), leaders in digital addiction therapy, to enhance their cloud-native application and improve performance. Together, we work towards creating a user-friendly platform available to patients around the world.

Boosting Asset Analysis
via Angular Outsourcing

Code & Pepper joined forces with Finbourne to upgrade their asset
analysis platform, leveraging our proficiency in interface design and
Angular web development. Through effective Scrum practices, our
partnership expedited product development and launch.

Building Denmark’s Top Crowdlending Platform

Collaborating with Flex Funding, Code & Pepper refined the user experience, crafted a sophisticated interface, and deployed our Angular specialists. This front-end overhaul improved application accessibility and security, fulfilling Flex Funding’s primary product objectives.

Client Testimonials:
The Code & Pepper Experience

Alexander Rainey CEO and Founder

I really value Code & Pepper for their proactive attitude, transparency, and detailed attention to security. These are what made the partnership trusted and solid. The product team was always very helpful in explaining all technical matters, along with a project manager who took care of work organisation.

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Andrew Spence Director
Aspen, by North Capital

Code & Pepper has displayed nothing short of technical knowledge, commitment and overall project management skills. Thanks to their crew we were able to launch a seamlessly designed platform. The project was always timeline- and budget-oriented.

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Callum Dryden CTO
AZA Finance

Code & Pepper is as aligned with the delivery goals as our engineering staff. We’ve been really pleased with the performance of their coding. The best thing about working with them is consistent reliability. If I assign their engineers a task, it’s always delivered quickly, effectively, and to a standard that I’d expect.

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Specializing in HealthTech and FinTech development, we cater to diverse clients who have influential partners.
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Frequently Asked Question
about Angular Outsourced Technology

Welcome to our Angular FAQ section! In this section, we have compiled a list of frequently asked questions about Angular technology. Angular is a popular front-end web framework that allows developers to build dynamic and interactive web applications. The framework is widely used and provides a variety of features, such as two-way data binding, dependency injection, and modular architecture, that make it a powerful and flexible choice for web development.

In this FAQ section, you will find answers to some of the most common technical questions about Angular, as well as specific details-focused questions that may arise when developing an application with this framework. We hope this section will provide you with a helpful resource to better understand the functionality and capabilities of Angular and enable you to build high-quality applications with confidence.

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  • How does AngularJS differ from other front-end frameworks such as React and Vue?

    AngularJS, React, and Vue are all popular front-end frameworks for building web applications, but they differ in several ways:

    • Architecture: AngularJS uses a Model-View-Controller (MVC) architecture, while React and Vue use a component-based architecture.
    • Two-way data binding: AngularJS has built-in two-way data binding, which automatically synchronizes data between the model and the view. React and Vue use a one-way data flow, which can make it easier to reason about the state of the application.
    • Templates: AngularJS uses templates to define the structure and layout of the application. React and Vue use a JavaScript-based approach to define the user interface, allowing for more flexibility and control.
    • Learning curve: AngularJS has a steeper learning curve compared to React and Vue due to its complex architecture and extensive feature set. React and Vue are simpler and easier to learn, making them a popular choice for smaller projects.
    • Performance: React and Vue are known for their high performance, especially when rendering large data sets. AngularJS can sometimes be slower due to its complex architecture and heavy use of two-way data binding.

    Ultimately, the choice between these frameworks depends on the specific needs and requirements of the application being developed. Developers should consider the size and complexity of the application, as well as their team’s experience and familiarity with each framework, before making a decision.

  • What is two-way data binding in AngularJS?

    Two-way data binding is a feature in AngularJS that allows automatic synchronization of data between the model and the view. This means that when the data in the model changes, the view is automatically updated to reflect the new data, and vice versa.

    In AngularJS, data is bound to the view through directives, which are special HTML attributes that define the behavior of the element they are attached to. Two-way data binding is implemented through the ng-model directive, which binds the value of an input field to a property on the model. When the user types something into the input field, the model is automatically updated with the new value, and when the model changes, the input field is automatically updated to reflect the new value.

    For example, consider an input field that allows a user to enter their name. In AngularJS, you could use the ng-model directive to bind the input value to a property on the model, like this:

    input type="text" ng-model="name"

    Then, in your controller, you could define the “name” property on the model:

    app.controller('myController', function($scope) {
    $scope.name = 'John';

    Now, when the page loads, the input field will be automatically populated with the value “John”, and if the user changes the value, the “name” property on the model will be updated to reflect the new value.

    Two-way data binding can make it easier to build complex, interactive user interfaces, but it can also have performance implications, especially when working with large data sets. Developers should be mindful of the potential impact on performance and consider using one-way data binding or other optimization techniques when appropriate.

  • What is the difference between a directive and a component in AngularJS?

    In AngularJS, directives and components are both used to extend HTML with custom behavior, but they differ in some important ways.

    A directive is a marker on an HTML element that tells AngularJS to attach a specific behavior to that element. Directives can be used to create reusable HTML components, apply behavior to existing elements, or modify the behavior of AngularJS itself. Directives are defined using the directive() function, and typically include a link function that provides the directive’s behavior.

    A component is a special type of directive that encapsulates both the behavior and the view of a custom HTML element. Components are used to create reusable UI elements, such as buttons, forms, or cards. Components can have their own templates, controllers, and styles, making them a self-contained unit of functionality. Components are defined using the component() function, which takes a configuration object that defines the component’s properties and behavior.

    The main differences between directives and components in AngularJS are:

    • Scope: Directives can use the scope of the parent element, the isolate scope, or no scope at all. Components use an isolate scope by default, which makes it easier to reason about the component’s behavior and data.
    • Template: Directives can manipulate the existing HTML, but they don’t have their own template. Components have their own templates, which allows them to encapsulate their own markup and styles.
    • Controller: Directives can have their own controllers, but they don’t have to. Components must have their own controller, which is used to define the component’s behavior and manage its data.
    • Reusability: Directives can be used to create reusable behaviors, but they require more configuration to make them reusable as UI components. Components are designed to be reusable UI elements, and have built-in features for encapsulating their own behavior, markup, and styles.
    • Overall, both directives and components are important tools for building custom functionality in AngularJS, and the choice between them depends on the specific needs and requirements of the application being developed.
  • How does dependency injection work in AngularJS?

    Dependency injection (DI) is a fundamental feature of AngularJS that allows developers to easily manage dependencies between different components in their application. In AngularJS, the DI system is responsible for creating and providing instances of objects, or services, that are required by components, such as controllers, services, and directives.

    The basic idea behind DI is that instead of manually creating objects and passing them around to other objects, we let AngularJS handle the creation and management of these objects for us. To use DI in AngularJS, we first need to register our components with the injector, which is a built-in service that manages the DI system.

    For example, suppose we have a controller that requires a service to retrieve data from a server. We can define the controller like this:

    app.controller('myController', function($scope, myService) {
    // Controller code here

    Here, we’ve defined a controller called myController that takes two parameters: $scope and myService. The $scope parameter is a built-in service that provides access to the controller’s scope, while myService is a custom service that we’ve defined.

    To make myService available to the controller, we need to register it with the injector. We can do this using the factory() method, which defines a function that returns an instance of the service:

    app.factory('myService', function($http) {
    return {
    getData: function() {
    return $http.get('/api/data');

    Here, we’ve defined a factory that returns an object with a single method, getData(), which uses the built-in $http service to make an HTTP request to the server.

    When we define the myController controller, we’ve told AngularJS that it should inject $scope and myService into the controller. AngularJS then looks up these services in the injector and creates instances of them, which it passes to the controller as arguments.

    The DI system in AngularJS makes it easy to manage dependencies between components, and helps to keep code modular and reusable. It also makes it easier to write unit tests, since we can use mock objects to simulate the behavior of dependencies, without having to manually create and manage them ourselves.

  • How do you handle asynchronous operations in AngularJS?

    Asynchronous operations are a common feature in modern web applications, and AngularJS provides several mechanisms for handling them. Here are some ways to handle asynchronous operations in AngularJS:

    • Promises: Promises are a powerful tool for handling asynchronous operations in AngularJS. A promise represents a value that may not be available yet, and provides a way to handle the eventual result or error that the operation produces. AngularJS provides a built-in $q service that can be used to create and manage promises. For example, we can use the $http service to make an HTTP request and return a promise:

    .then(function(response) {
    // Success handler
    .catch(function(error) {
    // Error handler

    Here, we’re using the $http service to make an HTTP GET request to /api/data. The then() method is used to handle the success case, while the catch() method handles the error case. Both methods return a new promise, which allows us to chain multiple asynchronous operations together.

    • Callbacks: Callbacks are a traditional way to handle asynchronous operations in JavaScript, and can be used in AngularJS as well. A callback is a function that is called when an operation completes, and typically takes two arguments: an error object (if the operation failed) and a result object (if the operation succeeded). For example, we can use the $http service with a callback like this:

    $http.get('/api/data', function(error, response) {
    if (error) {
    // Error handler
    } else {
    // Success handler

    Here, we’re passing a callback function as the second argument to the $http.get() method. The callback function takes two arguments: error and response, which contain the error and result objects, respectively.

    • Observables: Observables are a powerful and flexible way to handle asynchronous operations in AngularJS. An observable is an object that represents a stream of data that can be observed and manipulated. AngularJS provides a built-in RxJS library that can be used to create and manage observables. For example, we can use the HttpClient service to make an HTTP request and return an observable:

    import { HttpClient } from '@angular/common/http';
    import { Observable } from 'rxjs';

    export class MyService {
    constructor(private http: HttpClient) {}

    getData(): Observable {
    return this.http.get(‘/api/data’);

    Here, we’re using the HttpClient service to make an HTTP GET request to /api/data. The getData() method returns an observable that emits the response object when the request completes. We can subscribe to the observable and handle the response using the subscribe() method:

    (response) => {
    // Success handler
    (error) => {
    // Error handler

    Here, we’re subscribing to the observable returned by the getData() method, and providing two callback functions: one to handle the success case, and one to handle the error case. Both callbacks receive the response or error object as an argument.

    In summary, AngularJS provides several mechanisms for handling asynchronous operations, including promises, callbacks, and observables. Each mechanism has its own strengths and weaknesses, and the choice between them depends on the specific needs and requirements of the application being developed.

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