The Angular team now uses the tagline “one framework, mobile and desktop” and they mean it. Angular has come a long way from the original release of AngularJS and is now a full application development framework. Currently, Angular is on version four and if you’ve used an older version of the framework you’re going to find major differences (especially in the area of routing) but the time invested into catching up is well worth it. Using Angular 4 you can now create a high-functioning application that runs on everything from your twenty-seven inch desktop screen all the way down to a mobile phone. I do find that there’s a bit more ceremony in the latest versions of Angular than in the first, but you could argue that’s an advantage, since it also makes the framework more flexible than its predecessor.
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