After a few years of development, I noticed that the land of the front-end is full of myths. It's problematic for us all. Once we believe in myths we have to fight back for facts. It's hard, it's painful, but we have to do it.
Why...? Good question!
If we want to evolve, and unroll our skills we have to set up the facts about the fundamental mechanisms of our tools. My primary tool is the Angular framework. It's not the most hyped but still, it's one of the most popular choices for enterprise-scale applications in the frontend world.
It isn't easy to find trustworthy sources on the internet, so I want to show what I found in Angular, and how it affected my understanding of the framework. I'm fighting with the myths in Angular, and I want to encourage you to join me... or fight with myths in other tools.
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