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re: Angular struggles in 2020 VIEW POST

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They are handling many things at the time, it seems the project itself getting too nasty, but there is still hope, at least it seems that the code base is very clean and can be improved by the next people who join the team.

It seems like Google still does not recognize the Angular as its own! Or maybe that's their management style that lets everyone (without the formal title) decide on the project's path

Angular is a very elegant way of creating web applications, even though many improvements on the speed and quality is needed. We really can't suffer again from another framework deprecation. So people need to give enough courage to the team to make a good decision and only get rid of people who are in the way of true progress.

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