Do you hate writing legible CSS? ANGULAR provides all sorts of confusing ways to convert explicit styling rules to pseudo-HTML that needs to recompile every time you change an element’s class. You don’t even need to learn FLEXBOX… until, of course, the manager demands to know why your layout isn’t “up to standard” — MATERIAL DESIGN standard — and then suddenly, you realize you’ve been incanting nonsense words at a black box, and the entire application rests on a precarious assembly of assumptions that are about to collapse, but you can’t fix them without undoing weeks of work, but the deadline, the deadline!
Why Angular Made Me Quit Web Dev
Tobias Merkle

FALSE again. Angular has nothing to do with Material Design, you can use CSS, SCSS, or the hell of design you want to.