Google released Angular almost 6 years ago but realized that the language is tightly coupled with DOM. With Angular 2 (currently in beta testing) the company has broken this bond and hence made it available to work in other ecosystems also. At first, when Google announced the project in March last year, the developers received it as a threat to their current sites and services saying that “ the tool was too much of a departure from the original Angular”. But Telerik, a company that develops the mobile apps of all kinds has made use of the earlier “alpha” version of Angular 2 and is highly satisfied with the services.
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