Must's Coding Blog
So a while back, I was working on CONNECT-platform. The web-based editor for connect platform is built using Angular, and I had a lot of headache optimizing it to a marginally acceptable level of performance. The issue was Angular's change detection, as it got pretty confused due to the rather complicated flow of data in the editor.
I ended up doing more work for pushing Angular out of my way, along with the fact that explicitly controlling the change propagation flow simply meant a lot of the benefits of Angular were already gone. As a result, I decided to create Yet Another Frontend Framework, built around explicit description of flow of change.