Thank you very much! Excellent article!
Experience taught me to be skeptic when a new build tool is around the corner as it almost always means some extra work you're not spending on the tasks you originally intended. I can't count the hours I sunk into them. Nevertheless I'm looking forward to faster build times :)
What we usually tell developers is that if your Angular application is building fine and you are happy with the build (and tests) speed/perfs, you don't have to switch to Bazel. Also, in most cases, you won't need to learn about Bazel since all common tasks would be handled automatically for you. However, knowing Bazel basics might help, but this is not mandatory.
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