I have a simple question, and I do not want it to be off topic on Stack Overflow, because it does not have a code issue; it is just a conceptual question. The question is:

Is Angular regarded as a JavaScript templating engine?

I have tried to find any website about programmers talk on the Stack Exchange Network, but I could not find it.


That question would not be on-topic anywhere on the Stack Exchange network.

It is primarily opinion-based, and we don't accept questions like that.

Why is it opinion-based? Well, first you have to agree upon a definition of what a "JavaScript templating engine" is, and once you do that, then you will trivially have your answer.

You might be interested to know that Wikipedia regards Angular as a JavaScript templating library. Other opinions can be researched the same way that I found that one: by using a search engine.

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  • Just admit that it is way easier to have someone else do the search and copy-paste the links in an answer ... – rene Oct 15 '17 at 18:56
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    But...it isn't, @rene. I can search for myself a heckuva lot faster than I can type out a question, fend off snarky comments, and wait for an answer. – Cody Gray Oct 15 '17 at 18:58
  • Yeah, the snarky comments kills it ... cheers! .. . ;) – rene Oct 15 '17 at 18:59

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