Is Google dropping Angular?

Angular is an open source, JavaScript-based web application framework that was initially released in 2010 and is maintained by Google. Recently, there have been speculations that Google may be dropping support for Angular, leading to questions about the implications for developers who use the framework.

Google might have shifted their focus to other projects such as Flutter and Fuchsia, or they may have decided that Angular is too complex and difficult to learn. Additionally, other open source frameworks such as React have gained popularity, which could mean that Google is putting their resources towards these newer projects.

If Google is dropping Angular, this could mean that developers will no longer have access to official support from Google, that the framework will no longer be actively developed, and that developers may have to switch to an alternative framework. However, the company has not made any official announcement yet, so it remains to be seen what the future holds for Angular.

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