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Angular's battle formations - Battle of the Frameworks 2021

Angular's battle formations - Battle of the Frameworks 2021

In this lightning talk, we'll discuss what sets Angular apart by looking at its strong points and how it differs from other frontend frameworks.

Event description:
We're getting together with experts from the industry to discuss the pros and cons of the top 3 most popular frameworks - React.js , Angular and Vue.js - Which one is the best?

You’ll see a representative of each framework fight their corner through lightning talks, followed by a very unique Q&A debate.

Which is better for your next app or project? Which offers the best performance? Which is the most reliable? Which one is suitable for small or large size applications?

It’s the ultimate showdown. We're going to battle it out, and you can get involved.

Whether you are at the start of your career wondering which framework to learn, or you're already established - this event will give you the chance to get an insight of the 3 frameworks and potentially inspire you beyond your existing knowledge and preferences.

Recording: https://www.crowdcast.io/e/botf2021

Lars Gyrup Brink Nielsen

March 10, 2021

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