Developing an Android application in Angular is a great way to leverage the power of both tools while leveraging the time-saving and productivity benefits of reusable code. Developing an app in Angular allows you to quickly create powerful and feature-rich applications that are secure, reliable, and maintainable.
First, before starting any development it's important to understand the fundamentals of Angular. You should learn how the architecture works and what features it provides for rapid development. This understanding is essential when developing robust applications like those for mobile devices.
Once you have this knowledge, get familiar with using angular command line interfaces (CLI). CLI enables faster prototyping by providing templates from which we can start our development process. The created apps have all necessary tools integrated into them so they can run on different platforms such as Android or IOS smoothly without any additional setup cost. To access these CLI tools install Node JS on your system. After installation use npm commands like ‘ng new’ to generate blank project files including dependencies needed for your application.
To start creating components use either HTML or TypeScript language as per requirements. For styling purposes choose component specific CSS / SCSS stylesheets efficiently manipulate elements inside components using ngClass directive from @angular/core library. Further divide component functions into services & modules using angular cli helper utilities & inject them dynamically depending upon requirement.
After constructing entire structure test its functionality by deploying it onto actual device (android). There are several ways through which we can deploy our apps on android app store e.g. Google play console, App bundles etc. but most commonly used methods involve compiling Native APK files via Cordova or Native Script utility then directly installing it onto target machine. Depending upon data transactions with external resources configure appropriate security protocols like SSL encryption etc. by implementing Oauth 2 authentication service layers.
All set.! Now your android application is ready successfully created in angular framework right upfront (without needing additional assistance)! Just test it thoroughly (via emulators/simulators if needed) to ensure smooth functioning of all modules and launch into market.