React and Angular are currently the two popular web frameworks/libraries available for modern client-side development. The two have a lot of the same concepts but are just implemented a little differently. The objective of this presentation is to cover these common concepts at a high level and to go over how they are implemented in each framework. I will be covering the similarities of components in each library, how functionality is shared with composition in each library, routing, how each framework knows when to re-render, and more.
Come to this presentation if you are currently using react or angular and want to learn how the other works or if you are trying to decide on one of these libraries. This will not be a session that goes over the pros and cons of each library. Spoiler: I will not say that one is better than the other as I think both libraries are great.
In my previous job I was programming with angular full-time since it was in version 2 beta (or about 2 1/2 – 3 years). I have recently got hired on at a company that is using react where I am now developing in react full-time (for the last 3 months).