Angular1 came a long and everybody was excited, developers built their apps on here and then when Angular2 was released it was completely different and arguably should not have been called Angular2 at all. It was a re-write and a completely new framework but most agree for the better being a cleaner, easier framework to work with and with the addition of the game changing TypeScript was re-branded simply Angular, now we are at version 6.
So why TypeScript?
Some key moments:
***Angular2 is released in Sept 2016 with TypeScript making it easier for C#.Net developers to code with
***Typescript 0.9 released in 2013 and is designed by Lead C# Architect Anders Hejlsberg at Microsoft (who also created C#.Net)
***.Net Core is released in June 2016 is used to create server applications that run on Windows, Linux and Mac
***C#.Net goes OpenSource in November 2014
Anyway, there’s my market view from an IT Recruiter who talks to devs every day in our little paradise of Christchurch, NZ.
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