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Every single time I start a new frontend webapp project, first question -

Should I use react
Should I use angular

Ffs, how do you guys make the decision?

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    I go angular if I need a framework.if you need components there's angular elements, if you need more than that, the library code is refable or can just have routing modules added.

    Anything that react alone would be enough for, vanillajs+rx or ramda would handle it.
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    Easy. Use angular. From my xp with our frontend dev I've got a feeling that react is more rigid. And fragile. And more difficult to layer out properly
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    Vue it! πŸ˜…πŸ˜‰πŸ’šβ˜„οΈπŸ’―
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    I choose for vue. I maintained an angular project and had some issues sharing data. React hobby ended quickly because it didn't feel right (not intuitive to me). Vue, so much fun, learned it in no time. But computed vars are maybe not a good idea πŸ˜‚

    Edit:

    To answer your question. It's all bullshit. Go for fun (vue 😏)
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    Vue of Svelte, if you want to/need to/insist on using a JS framework.

    However, if you're done with the crap that is JS, and want to try something new, you could try Elm or Rust+WASM+Yew or Dart or or or...

    But if your only options are React and Angular (Y THO?) then just... how to put this nicely... stahp.
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