This year beta-version of Angular 2 has been released. It differs a lot from Angular 1, which put plenty developers who already got used to and even loved the previous version, in a bit uncomfortable position. The most stable version of Angular 2 will be released by the end of the year (you can track milestones here). And with it coming, more developers consider, whether they should upgrade to Angular 2 or not.
Angular 2 differs a lot from Angular JS. To a great extent this is done to solve the issues Angular 1 didn’t manage to cope with. This way we highlighted the following features:
More suitable for future web
Angular 2 deals great with web components support. It offers easier APIs and nested components, takes care of lazy loading and plenty other things that have become the standard of the modern web.
Angular 2 is much more suitable for large scale projects, which increases the possibilities for its use significantly.
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