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更新于 : Nov 30, 2017
这一条目不在当前版本的技术雷达中。如果它出现在最近几期中,那么它很有可能仍然具有相关参考价值。如果这一条目出现在更早的雷达中,那么它很有可能已经不再具有相关性,我们的评估将不再适用于当下。很遗憾我们没有足够的带宽来持续评估以往的雷达内容。 了解更多
Nov 2017
试验 ? 值得一试。了解为何要构建这一能力是很重要的。企业应当在风险可控的前提下在项目中尝试应用此项技术。

In previous Radar editions, we've been hesitant to give Angular a strong recommendation because it was essentially a new, and on the whole unexciting, framework, sharing only its name with AngularJS, an older framework we loved in days past. In the meantime, Angular, now in version 5, has improved steadily while providing backward compatibility along the way. Several of our teams have Angular applications in production and reportedly, they like what they see. For this reason, we're moving Angular into the Trial ring in this Radar, to signify that some of our teams now consider it a solid choice. Most of our teams, however, still prefer React, Vue or Ember over Angular.

Mar 2017
评估 ? 在了解它将对你的企业产生什么影响的前提下值得探索

In the previous Radar, we moved AngularJS into the Hold ring (where it remains in this edition). When it comes to Angular 2 , we're seeing mixed messages. Over the past year some teams at ThoughtWorks have used Angular 2 successfully and consider it a solid choice. However, Angular 2 is a rewrite, not an evolution, of AngularJS, and switching from AngularJS to Angular 2 is not much different than switching from AngularJS to another framework. Given the, in our experience, superior contenders such as React.js, Ember.js and Vue.js, we're still hesitant to give Angular 2 a strong recommendation. We do want to highlight, though, that it is not a bad choice, especially if you bought into TypeScript.

发布于 : Mar 29, 2017


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