One of the advantages of using the Angular ecosystem is that it never forgets about you. If Angular can’t solve your request right away because the current technology doesn’t allow it, they often return to it. An example of this is issue #8785, which was open for 6 years but was finally solved in 2022.
Angular advertises that their framework is "batteries included." This is primarily true, until you get started setting up the development environment.
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Linting is an important step to ensure code quality, and it fits well as an automated process in the development pipeline. Most teams use the default lint configuration provided by their framework, missing opportunities to prevent runtime errors and increase code quality with the extended set of ESLint rules.