VueJS / ReactJS / Angularjs / Angular 2+ Show of hands

ronald911

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Reviving this 2 year old thread. Sorry.
2019 - Rocking ReactJS. The new Hooks API with Redux hooks are lovely!
 

_kabal_

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Nuxt/VueJS

Having straightforward conventions is great
Vuex is so simple to understand
 

kripstoe

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Knockout

(just to be different and it depends on the use case anyway)
 

CT_Biker

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Been looking at Next.js

I also spotted Ionic React had been released: https://ionicframework.com/docs/react/overview

Also heavy in GraphQL utilising Apollo Client as a Redux replacement. In fact with the useContext hook Redux's days are numbered.
Ironically, I just downloaded the docs for Next.js today. So far I am liking what I am seeing - but I am not going to read into it too much. I'll play around with it in the coming weeks
 

Neville

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AngularJS 1.x for older stuff and still maintaining and enhancing it.
All new projects are Angular 7+. About to start one using the new Angular 8.
 

_kabal_

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Angular 1 is fine and sometimes you need to maintain and improve.

Migrating to angular 2/4/8 is not really viable IMO and not sure why you would want to.

I personally would rather migrate slowly to vue and run both side by side
 

egenis

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Angular (still cannot decide if I like it more than plain old .Net MVC)
 

battletoad

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React, Angular, AngularJS, elm

Which I prefer: depends on the day of the week, but it's generally a toss up between React and elm (Angular does get a look in now and then though)
 

ronald911

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Anyone using Gatsby?
Rebuilt my personal website in it.

 
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