Angular.js has a very different learning curve.

The initial barrier to get started is very low.

The problem is when you dive into Angular.js and start to write some serious app, the learning curve suddenly becomes very steep.

At first look, we consider Angular as a library and that's the mistake. Angular.js is a framework. So we shall set our mind for a bit long learning curve here.

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I think Someday only there will be JS+HTML+CSS for web (Also mobile?).. Everything else will be sidelined!

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