re: Why to migrate from AngularJS to Angular? VIEW POST

re: It's a good article, but I ask you: Does it matter if one car goes 99mph and another goes 102mph when the street's limit it's 45mph? Putting in Us...

From the standard user perspective, with good/fast network, maybe it won't really matter. But with people with bad connections, it can make quite a difference. I live in South America, so internet connection here is quite bad. Again, my personal opinion, after working with both, I find Angular 2/4 quite faster than JS on slow connections.

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