Angular and React: friends learning from each other
React and Angular share a lot of architectural decisions and have inspired each other as well. They are both component oriented, have automated changed detection and can render both on the server as well as on the client side. However, there are also quite a few differences in how they work and which philosophy they follow. Based on advanced practical examples we will look at the most interesting differences between those two frameworks. This can help you understand your Angular framework even better and gives you insights into what strengths and what weaknesses it has in certain scenarios.
Pascal is a front-end engineer and an Angular Developer Expert nominated by Google. He created the angular-translate module, is an Angular 2 contributor and also part of the Angular 2 Docs Authoring team.
Oliver Zeigermann is a developer and architect from Hamburg, Germany. Oliver is the co-author of the best selling German book on React, Redux, React Router, and Universal Rendering. He has also worked in several Angular and React projects using Flow and TypeScript