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The following question is just a thinly veiled attempt at advertising!

https://softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/questions/159087/where-lies-the-future-of-angularjs

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    Hard to tell. This is the only committer on the project: github.com/vojtajina. Plus, I'm not sure if Google needs to spam anything they're offering on Programmers SE, but that's just my gut feeling. It's still a closeable question though. Voted to close as NARQ. – jmort253 Aug 2 '12 at 1:18
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Wording smells too much promotional, making reader feel more like at an ad board:

The javascript framework a-product has made a great start. but I am just wondering if this is just another framework like so many already available in javascript. Is a-product a competitor of jQuery in a broader sense or can it be compared to lesser known libraies like knockout.js or backbone.js. Do you see yourself moving to a-product sometime soon leaving the one that you are already using. I have seen the hello world example on a-product page and they compare a-product with jquery. Do they mean to say that a-product is the future. What is the overall scope of a-product in a broader sense and do you see a-product replacing jQuery in the longer run.

Deletion of question worded like above would be the right move.

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I don't think it is.

The OP has been a member of Programmers for 8 months, and they seem to be questioning how the framework compares to other javascript frameworks, not raving about its capabilities.

Sure it's badly written and probably should be closed, but I don't think its an advertisement.

The javascript framework angularjs has made a great start. but I am just wondering if this is just another framework like so many already available in javascript. Is angularjs a competitor of jQuery in a broader sense or can it be compared to lesser known libraies like knockout.js or backbone.js. Do you see yourself moving to angularjs sometime soon leaving the one that you are already using. I have seen the hello world example on anjularjs page and they compare angularjs with jquery. Do they mean to say that angularJS is the future. What is the overall scope of angularjs in a broader sense and do you see angularJs replacing jQuery in the longer run.

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