re: First Impressions: learning Angular after React/Redux VIEW POST


So would you file Angular in the "Have Used, Would Never Use Again" quadrant like others on the State of JS survey?


Used, and will continue to use due to work.
I didn't do the state of JS survey this year.
tbh I need more time investment in any framework in a large scale sense to understand its benefits.
While I'm annoyed at some of the fixed tooling libs, I haven't tried to create too many custom things with it yet, nor tried ngRx

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