Is moving from JQuery to Angular.js a massive shift?
Asked 5 months ago
I'm going to switch from jQuery to Angular.js next week. I have a lot of experience with jQuery but not Angular.js. Is it a drastic shift? A bit stressed. Thanks in advance for any advice.
Monday, July 18, 2022
It's not hard to shift from jQuery to Angular.js. You just need to know some basic differences between the two. jQuery is a library, while Angular.js is a framework. jQuery is mostly used for DOM manipulation, while Angular.js is used for building web applications. jQuery is easy to learn, while Angular.js is more complex. It's also good to note that Angular.js has been deprecated and is no longer supported. Angular (different from Angular.js) is much harder to pick up but more powerful than its predecessor.
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