Stencil syntax is v.similar to Angular.
Angular also provides a CLI tool to generate your components etc.
I think it's a great way to take a certain idea and take it to other areas of development, especially by making use of decorators.
If you were to go look at Nest.js which is a Backend Framework for node written in TS, I reckon you'd be able to understand what's going from the shared knowledge of what you've learned using Stencil.
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