Based on our record, Vue.js seems to be a lot more popular than AngularJS. While we know about 153 links to Vue.js, we've tracked only 12 mentions of AngularJS. We are tracking product recommendations and mentions on Reddit, HackerNews and some other platforms. They can help you identify which product is more popular and what people think of it.
To build Almost Netflix, we will use Vue.js because of its decent simplicity and forced structure. I believe reading Vue components is straightforward, and any web developer can understand what the code is trying to achieve. - Source: dev.to / 1 day ago
Ani-Ko is a simple web application built with Vue and Tailwind that uses the Anilist API to fetch anime and manga information from the source. - Source: Reddit / 6 days ago
Essentially, it’s an enhanced website! How? Unlike traditional websites, you can install a PWA on your device. You can even prompt users to install your PWA when they visit your site, as shown in this screenshot from Quina, my word game app, which is also a PWA (and also built with Vue):. - Source: dev.to / 8 days ago
CDN links will remain active and AngularJS.org will remain online. - Source: dev.to / 5 days ago
A. Angular and AngularJS are both open-source web application frameworks developed by Google. AngularJS is the predecessor of Angular, but they are two separate frameworks. AngularJS is currently in long-term support mode; meanwhile, Angular is actively developed. - Source: dev.to / 7 days ago
Yes. Who developed AngularJS FE framework? Hmmm. https://angularjs.org/ Go all the way down to the bottom of the page. - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
I haven't found technical details on their site. It's more or less clear how it works when data is propagated from view to model. But how does AngularJS track changes of model properties without setters and getters? - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
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