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Discussion on: Protecting routes in Angular 👮‍♂️

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John Peters

Angular is still #2! Those who use it, including big companies love it.

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Chris Bongers Author

100% John, it's an investment and companies don't like to switch to every "new" framework around the corner.
The same could be said about PHP frameworks or whatever.
They make investments and workflows and tend to fear change.
Although we keep up to date with Angular versions at least haha

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John Peters

React, to me is too opinionated. I'd rather use Svelte. Still Angular is awesome.

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Chris Bongers Author

I have svelte on my try this someday list (it's quite a big list as you can imagine)
Do you have any good starting points for Svelte, or fun easy things to build?

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John Peters

No, currently I've only read introductory material. It looks similar to an ultra lite version of React but uses Web Component architecture. Pedal to the metal stuff.