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Hi Sanjith! I thanks so much for your article, but I believe you should change it a little bit to talk about Angular (2,4,5,6,7,8,9) and not AngularJS. Angular is not the same of AngularJS. Angular came to replace AngularJS and AngularJS won't be supported by Google starting June next year.
At this point, I don't even know which is the best. Angular surely implement new features but I had such a hard time configuring that I wound mind going back do AngularJS. With AngularJS you can get up and running quickly.
Also, if you're looking for something easier to configure at your own pace - I would suggest React or Vue over angularjs. Since angularjs is getting deprecated, will be no longer supported, getting less popular. Vue and react are only increasing in their popularity so there's a lot of resources out there
Yes, I agree. I loved angularJS and have worked with it for years. However, since the long term support will run out in less than 2 years, it certainly does not make sense to start a project with it. Additionally, what was so revolutionary about it is now part of many frameworks.
In order to play nice with various implementation scenarios I avoid built scenarios that are potentially a problem for certain backends (would take too long to go into it, but angular2+ would be very annoying for my development cycle). I would therefore highly recommend Vue. You will feel at home within a day as data-binding and directives are very similar in nature.
The new angular seems like a bit much at first. After spending some time with it the configuration part gets a lot easier. If you use the CLI to generate new modules and components it's really not difficult at all. Once you're familiar with typescript it just feels like writing code
AngularJS is dead, Angular 9 forever!!!!!
Netflix and Paypal use React
Lol. Funny article
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