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    This isn't your real account and we both know it. Or maybe there just happens to be another person with your exact name (including middle name), who lives in the same town, who also hates Angular,...
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    Only one of us is trolling. Hint: it's the guy with the -863 vote rating.

    Quit being such a gutless coward and post under your real account, Les.
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    Looks like Les fired up his troll account again today.
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    So it's not backwards compatible...at all, but they're spending a year making it backwards compatible? You can't even keep your monotonous drivel consistent within the same sentence.

    But just go...
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    In case anyone is interested in the actual facts instead of baseless lies like those above:

    Angular 1.x is not going into maintenance mode. It will continue to be actively developed until the...
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    The fact that it requires Cmd and Ruby to be locally installed makes it impossible to use on a tightly-managed build server. No sane administrator of a secure, enterprise-level build server will...
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    Google uses AngularJS extensively on internal apps. Things like Gmail or Google+ have gigantic existing codebases, and they're not going to spend millions rebuilding these apps just to use Angular....
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    My God, arguing with you is like arguing with a child. Let me make it clear so that even you understand: one should not adopt a solution based only on trendiness. That doesn't mean that what's going...
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    AtScript as its own language is dead, but it's still what they're calling their additions to TypeScript to support annotations, at least until those additions are formally rolled into the TypeScript...
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    I didn't say there were no problems with it, that would be naive. I said many of the problems he brought up have been addressed.

    One of the key drivers behind Angular 2 is to begin embracing...
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    Most of his gripes are due to his lack of understanding of AngularJS, as well as problems that were addressed many months before that blog entry was published. And you don't have to spend "a long...
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    That's the problem: for normal JS coding, vim really isn't much worse than an IDE.

    If you've ever written Java, C#, or AS3 using a real IDE, then I'm talking about the difference between using an...
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    At this point, I'd be shocked if you didn't keep throwing out uninformed opinions. You clearly haven't done anything with ES6 or TypeScript, so once again you actually have no idea what you're...
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    I've built test suites for Ext JS apps using Selenium, Webdriver, and Geb. It's extremely difficult and time consuming, due to the deeply nested and varying DOM that Ext JS generates.
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    I agree with most of this, and those are the kinds of issues I was trying to dig into before the thread was derailed.
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    I guess in your world, Google isn't crushing Yahoo, either.

    You really have no idea what you're talking about. I've built large apps with both Ext JS and AngularJS. You haven't. But, by all...
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    AngularJS is crushing Sencha across the industry. Look at what skills employers are demanding, community size, web content, books published, Github activity, user group activity, and any other metric...
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    And I'll respond with the even more obvious: that AngularJS came up because of the discussion Sencha's future problems regarding ECMAScript 6, which I listed along with licensing and a host of other...
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    Your net etiquette needs serious work. Have fun screaming into the wind.
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    Folks, seriously, you're totally hijacking this thread. If you want to debate Angular vs. Ext JS, please create a new thread.
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    I guess my request to continue the off-topic discussion of detailed comparisons of Ext JS and AngularJS in a new thread wasn't clear enough.

    Yes, as I said (and despite what you may think), for...
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    For starters, there's over a thousand grouped together at ngmodules.org.

    But we're starting to go way off topic now, since this isn't a thread on the pros and cons of AngularJS vs. Ext JS....
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    The cost, licensing issues, lackluster tools, lack of a package manager, lack of a public bug tracker, shrinking developer base, inability to contribute bug fixes, and lack of a roadmap of any kind...
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    Since it sounds like you're serious, I guess I'll be the one to point out that: a) AngularJS is an MVC framework and jQuery is a DOM manipulation library, and b) Angular already wraps jQuery for its...
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