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Using Angular with Framework7 in 2017
Last year I created a template for using Angular1 with Framework7 which still gets a lot of attention and I get many questions about it every day.
Back then, it was easy to use Angular with F7 because there simply wasn’t much to do in order to get it to work.
With Angular2, this has fundamentally changed due to the new component-based architecture. If you wanted to use it with F7, then someone would have to create Angular2-compatible components for each UI element in F7, just as iDangerous did with their Vue.js integration, but that’s a lot of work.
Some experiments about integrating Angular2 into Framework7 have been made. I haven’t tried these yet but you might give it a shot.
Currently, the best way to build component-based apps with Framework7 is to to use Vue.js or jQuery. If Angular is an absolute must for you, I think it’s better to use Ionic as it is fundamentally built on top of it.
If you’re a React developer, you have to wait a little longer. React support for Framework7 has been announced but it’s not here yet. Until then, use ReactNative to build apps.