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re: Angular struggles in 2020 VIEW POST

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This is what you get when you try to invent a rocketship to cross the road.

Angular 2+ was broken from the startline, writing their own HTML parser/custom-language, re-using the module system despite native modules having been standardized, deciding to in practicality force the usage of ngzone, a magic library that is big, slow and majorly fucks up debugging worse than angularjs. Etc etc.

What the hell did they expect? :)

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