Why Angular 2/4 Is Too Little, Too Late
Chris Cordle

This article was a heavily slanted report, nearly serving as blind propaganda for React. As an engineer, I trust the reliability of fully-integrated clean, consistent, strongly supported, and expressive frameworks that evolve with the changing platform standards. Thus, in spite of the initial AngularJS architectural blunders, Angular is now on the correct long-term evolutionary track and — unlike React — will stay in full sync with Javascript.

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