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We are coming from a C# background and we are trying to port our Windows Forms and WPF UIs to the browser. Our current UI is hosted in a "framework" which hosts all Windows and you can navigate in the program. As a back-end, we want to use ASP.Net Core to use some existing logic as well as database access logic. We already collected some experience in JS and TS and are able to create basic UIs in vanilla JS/TS. But we struggle a bit with navigation from one "App" to another "App".

What would be your recommendation?

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Javascript Developer ·
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React

I think react easy and fast to learn for you.

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Coming from C# I think you’ll find Angular comfortable. If you were more node/ruby/web developer savvy I’d probably recommend React.

Angular comes with everything you need out of the box, it’s a bit more opinionated framework. React is a series of libraries that you can patch together to tweak exactly how you like to web dev.

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Klaus Nji
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March 5th 2020 at 11:50PM

I second that.

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