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vintprox1935294dConcerned? Vue it.
(By the way, once someone in my life brings an Angular project, I won't drag away from it, because it seems promising in last years compared to first major releases.)
gronostaj2352294dIt's not the variety of options that makes a framework superior. It's actually the opposite usually, since one of advantages of a framework is that you can have no idea what a specific project does, but you can quickly make necessary changes because you know how the code is structured.
I think React is often preferred to Angular because it's lightweight and simple. Meanwhile, Angular requires a lot of unnecessary boilerplate and ceremony. If you'd like to see how they could (and IMO should) have done it, take a look at Aurelia (aurelia.io). It's an Angular-style framework without all that heavyweight crap.
1001101112773294dI prefer Vue over both. There's a lot of good in React imo, but most of it is better in Vue and also the Vue ecosystem is better integrated/overall designed than that of React. However, I really like frameworks like Angular because they are so restrictive and well defined. Personally tho, I stay away from front end whenever I can, which sadly isn't that often..
sladuled8262293dI hate them both equally?!