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The core of Angular 2 was created by Google and it has been used widely since its release. Today there are almost 6,000 modules with nearly 25 million lines written on the project’s github repository. In fact, this is not a big number when compared to other popular frameworks like Ember and React which only add up around 1% or so each but more than enough for most web applications where development speed becomes critical very quickly. One thing that shows how important things were back then is that during my time at Github I couldn’t find any open source projects using similar ideas from Python until after Linode acquired them several years ago: Nodejs.

AngularJS takes care of the boilerplate code in your app, ensuring everything runs smoothly; it has no dependencies that cannot be easily installed by developers using their own solutions (and therefore avoids having to worry about how they manage files). But you could also leverage an implementation built with HTML5+XMLHttpRequest which enables modern Web technologies such as AJAX requests to work seamlessly on popular browsers like Chrome, Firefox or Opera. The latter two are examples of supported devices including Chromebooks and iPhone 4S – meaning all versions released since 2012 have JavaScript available too.