Chapter 1.  Setting Up the Environment

The two fundamental questions that one can ask when a new development tool is announced or launched are: how different is the new tool from other competitor tools and how enhanced is it when compared to its own previous versions? If we are going to invest our time in learning a new framework, common sense says we need to ensure that we get a good return on our investment. There are so many good articles out there about the pros and cons of each framework. To me, choosing Angular boils down to the following three aspects:

  • The foundation: Angular is introduced and supported by Google and targeted at evergreen modern browsers. This means that we, as developers, don't need to look out for hacky solutions in each ...

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