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Angular & the Future

Angular & the Future

Since it's birth from the Summer of Code in 2007 Angular has taken the industry of JavaScript Applications by storm. Rising to the top with a full feature component based framework including controllers, models, directives, dynamic 2-way binding with it's own rich template engine, CSS plus an extensive community of developed and maintained plugins for routing and other solutions for your app project, Angular is here to stay owned and maintained by the world technology giant Google.

So I am not sure where it all started but a few years ago Backbone.js came out and then Ember and React and there are quite a few of these new JavaScript MVC libraries today. The reason I believe Angular will continue to dominate the market is for the same reason we all build our websites to satisfy the gate keeper of the internet, Google. Google created Angular and it has taken the development industry by storm. When I search the market for jobs, I see the most highest payed jobs with Angular in the description. Maybe it's just a trend and things will even out, but I've yet to see a search engine compete with Google. Also as an employer, I want to build my apps with a technology that the market can provide a good selection of applicants so I don't get stuck searching for employees that know how to work on my app.