The company I work for is rather strongly invested in Angular. In the last three years, quite a lot of work has been spent building new modules of our system with Angular as technological basis for the UI part. One rather important point back in 2016 was the consequent usage of TypeScript. For the most part the system is, and the backend part for the foreseeable future will continue to be based on Java. Therefore, the cultural gap, if you will, is somewhat easier to bridge than to pure JS options.
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