Why I’m switching from Angular to React and Redux in 2018
- Modern Web Development is challenging and the way we develop web apps are now different is one of the reasons why I jumped to React ecosystem.
- If we’re just starting out in getting the feel of modern web development, learning Angular will eat your time to actually get started in building a real-world app.
- You have little time to study the ins and outs of other setups for modern web app.
- Because of how fast you can learn and build web apps with React, you can also learn other parts of building modern web apps more efficiently.
I have this love and hate relationship with Angular for quite some time now. It was funny because I was learning and in the middle of making a simple app when I got stuck. For weeks. I noticed though…
@russfrith: Why I’m switching from Angular to React and Redux in 2018, by @YellowFlashDev #angularjs…
Hint: It’s not because of the hype
I have this love and hate relationship with Angular for quite some time now. It was funny because I was learning and in the middle of making a simple app when I got stuck. For weeks.
I noticed though that along the way in even making the simplest features work seems a struggle to the point that I’m not even sure if it’s worth using Angular at this point. I grasped the basic fundamentals thoroughly and that should be enough to make the small features work.
Then one day, finally, I gave up using Angular and looking for other alternatives such as React and Vue. I tried React in the past around mid 2015 when it came out. I remembered it was still in beta and lots of people were talking about it. I didn’t understand the whole flow of it including the “state”.
But around 4th quarter of 2017 I tried to revisit…