A: I think not.
I feel like AngularJS is also just a bridge until the next generation of browsers fully loaded with Web Components.
Other than the structure, what does AngularJS really offer on top of these four html5 technologies?
For me at least, what draws me to AngularJS is Ionic framework.
Will Ionic evolve into a truly native app bridge from a hybrid solution?
What I am really uncertain is about the future standard/bridge to native mobile app such as Native Script and React Native.
Which solution will prevail? Will AngularJS offer its own solution?
So many choices to make & decide these days.Tags: angularjs, development, front-end, jQuery
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