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Poll: Will You Migrate to Angular 2 Right Away?

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Poll: Will You Migrate to Angular 2 Right Away?

There was plenty of displeasure around last year's announcement that there would be breaking changes in Angular 2, but how do people feel now about migration?

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Last week we all got an idea of how many AngularJS users we have in the community versus other frontend framework users (e.g. React, Ember, etc.). If you haven’t looked at the results in a while, here are the results as of July 23rd:

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Since this shows that the Angular community is pretty strong on DZone, I wanted to do another poll this week about AngularJS developers’ attitude toward Angular 2 adoption. With the alpha currently available, and plenty of resources that will prepare you for Angular 2, I thought we’d all be interested in seeing what people’s attitudes are toward Angular 2 adoption.

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I’ll follow up again with the results next week!

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