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    You should check for updates more frequently. This is exactly why you are misguiding newcomers.
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    http://www.infoq.com/news/2015/03/angular-2-concerns-addressed Third paragraph...
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    This is interesting. Could you point where did you read about this? What I heard is completely different. AFAIK they said they will stop Angular 1.* support when there are no interest from the...
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    It's nice you speak about this 2 days after Angular 1.4 was released and Angular 1.5 is already in planning state. Your statements couldn't be more misguided.
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    I agree. But as the phrase implies, is just a general rule. Sometimes you have no choice.
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    Do you know about Symfony http://symfony.com? It's the most popular php framework, only Laravel have more stars on github, but Laravel use many components from it.
    Well, Symfony, about 5 years back...
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    Exactly Mitchell. That's the primary reason this thread is wrong. There is no point on comparing Angular and Ext because they target different customers. That's exactly the same reason you can't say...
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    It'll be hard for Sencha to compete with Google's marketing industry. Besides, Angular is open source and free and is suitable for single developers and startups, Ext not.
    What is so annoying from...
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    To novices ES5 or ES6 is the same, they are in the road of learning, so it doesn't matter. ES5 is also complex the first time you see it
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    Wrong, I live in Ecuador and I work developing software for government intranets and they have no problem with only using evergreen browsers, mainly Chrome and FF. So you are wrong. Not all corporate...
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    ExtJS codebase is extremely big, a complete rewrite is unpractical. To the end user, if you break compatibility, wether you make or not a complete rewrite is of no value. The end result is the same. ...
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    Was Ext 3 in any way compatible with Ext 4? If not, to me this clasifies as a complete rewrite.
    Always when you make changes you face detractors and yeah, you made a good work finding all of them....
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    Was ExtJS 3 that bad? Anyway it was completely rewritten. I'm sorry but to say that Angular 1 is completely bad is nonsense and that's why you annoy me so much. You only see the world in black &...
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    Isn't normal to define html and logic in different places? Isn't this the whole point of template engines? This is normal with server languages, why should it be different with client side code?
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    I lost nothing, is just you upset me with all that hare you have to Angular. Yeah, Angular isn't a perfect tool, there are no such a thing. I has drawbacks too. But it couldn't possibly be as bad as...
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    Again...
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    Angular Angular Angular... You are only focusing on Angular again, as usual. I think you have to see a psychologist...

    But remember widgets are not needed in every web application, only in a small...
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    Neither Polymer nor Aurelia support IE8, yet you only mention Angular, as always going against it. It'll be nice to know why you hate that much Angular...
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    If you remove the awesome widgets ExtJS provides, then the base library is almost useless compared to ES6 and TS. I do think Ext JS is an awesome library but is almost only by their widgets. If it...
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    I do. But there are tools that transpile ES6 to ES5, so you'll be supporting TODAY but writing for TOMORROW. Is that wrong? TypeScript transpile to ES5, so code in TS works on IE. Have you give a...
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    Standards... which are quite important. Ext JS stuff works only with Ext JS, ES6 is an standard and ExtJS won't ever became one.
    It's true that ExtJS brought many advanced things before many other...
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    And why not use TypeScript, as Angular2 does? With TypeScript we have Classes, Modules(namespaces), Mixis, Statics, Generics, Type hinting, Interfaces, Annotations(starting in v1.5), Function...
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    A couple of things:

    You'll need a huge candle to give light to the thousands of developers using Angular
    No one likes your light, otherwise you wouldn't have almost 900 negatives votes
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    Well, thank you and PPK for all the ligth. Just let me live in the darkness, could you?
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