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To answer the question of whether an Angular developer is a web developer, it is important to understand what a web developer actually does. Generally speaking, web developers are responsible for creating, maintaining, and updating websites and web applications. This includes designing the user interface (UI) of the website or application, writing code to make the website functional, testing the application or website for functionality, troubleshooting any issues that arise, and deploying the application or website on servers.
Most importantly, an Angular developer should be familiar with the Model-View-Controller (MVC) architecture which is employed to structure web applications that are created using the Angular framework. MVC divides data from how it is presented to users by breaking down an application into three components: model (data), view (presentation layer), and controller (business logic). Knowing how to effectively utilize this architecture will help developers create effective web applications using the Angular framework.
Therefore while an Angular developer may not necessarily be considered a full-fledged web developer since they specialize in one specific type of programming language and framework, they do possess many of the same abilities required to develop websites and applications like any other web developer would. They just possess those skills specifically related to developing websites with the Angular framework instead of other frameworks such as React or VueJS.