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You mean webcomponents? I'll study this. Thanks for the suggestion!



I'd vote for web components over React, as some of us use Vue or Angular...


I still don’t understand why Angular hasn’t died out. It’s very hard to understand and the tutorials can’t simplify that because it’s just inherently very complex. It feels highly over engineered like classical Java. Instead of allowing you to opt into more complex features as needed like a good framework should do, it forces you to learn its steel curve up front!


I really enjoyed Angular 1.x, was not happy with the 2.0 version (other then they fixed some critical performance issues with scaling websites). It was perfect for making simple single page applications for internal use at an an eCommerce company. POS, Order Processing, RMA processing, Research, competition and price controls, inventory & warehouse management, etc. I use ReactJS for large applications these days.


I think it's due to its enterprise users and customer bases, and never underestimate the power of legacy code base inertia that often keep these types of things going.


It has improved quite a lot, it's a joy to code in in the newest versions. You do need to invest a bit of time to learn it but it's well worth it


No, not webcomponents.




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