Why are Angular Components more Successful than JSF Components?

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At first glance, there are many similarities between Angular and JSF. Both offer a decent abstraction layer from the DOM, both offer two-way binding (yes, I know it’s optional since Angular2), and both use components as building blocks of the application. Even better, both frameworks offer a way to create your own custom components. The […]

Angular Takes the Sting out of Writing Components

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It’s astonishing how simple writing web components is with Angular. In a way, this shouldn’t be a surprise: components are the building blocks of every Angular application. However, last week we wrote a component I already knew to be difficult to implement in merely an hour or two. That was really a surprise. Our choice […]