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re: Also, if you're looking for something easier to configure at your own pace - I would suggest React or Vue over angularjs. Since angularjs is getti...

Yes, I agree. I loved angularJS and have worked with it for years. However, since the long term support will run out in less than 2 years, it certainly does not make sense to start a project with it. Additionally, what was so revolutionary about it is now part of many frameworks.
In order to play nice with various implementation scenarios I avoid built scenarios that are potentially a problem for certain backends (would take too long to go into it, but angular2+ would be very annoying for my development cycle). I would therefore highly recommend Vue. You will feel at home within a day as data-binding and directives are very similar in nature.

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