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Your blog post is misleading as AngularJS is different from Angular. Starting at version 2, Angular has too many differences with AngularJS to be called the same (and the current version of AngularJS is AngularJS, not Angular 8).
And hardly a thorough comparison
When the author states that latest angularJS version is angular 8, I think this article can be safely ignored.
The comparison is misleading as you compare React with actually Angular and AngularJS but you do not cut Angular and AngularJS. Unfortunately, you should not do that in 2020. Angular 2+ is based on a completely new code base and new concepts like component-based architecture.
This is very dated and misleading.
I would suggest you to read further about these.
The headline makes it seem like you're going to compare react and angular, but then you don't. Why?
What is AngularJS? I know only one AngularJS and it's already dead. Angular modern framework called simply "Angular" and the old one called "AngularJS". Angular is a framework from version 2 till 8 (for today) and "Angular of version 1" is called "AngularJS" and it's dead. Looking at the headline it seems that the author does not know what he is writing about (at least from the side of the Angular).
This article is misleading. The linked site is very outdated and the author doesn't seems to know the difference between angularjs and angular 2+. This article should be ignored at all cost and even removed from dev.to...
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@Johnathon Roy, you may want to edit this article to be Angular and React where Angular is version 2 or greater, today current Angular version is 9.0.
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