Angular itself doesn’t really suck. If you think it does, most of it is probably in your head. There is friction against the framework because it looks and works somewhat differently from what you’re used to. Or perhaps it’s simply not doing what you want it to do because there’s a gap in your knowledge.
Yes, I’m an Angular developer. But I’m not advocating it because it’s my native framework of choice. If you’re looking for a React bashing kind of piece with Angular placed on a pedestal, this isn’t it. This is a discussion piece, something that sits above code nuances and x is better than y kind of talk. It’s a meta-perspective on code, the functionalities, and where Angular sits on the spectrum of our ability to use it as a tool.
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