The article gives people guidance on how to approach learning React, Vue or Angular. It should help you to escape the analysis paralysis and get from consuming to producing. It gives you a suggestion of actually starting to code applications in your chosen framework.
I did a lot of Angular 1.x back in the days until I started to use React. I can say that I used both solutions extensively. But there were several reasons why I moved to React. These reasons were not clear from the beginning, but retrospectively I think I can summarize these very well.
Components become more important these days. In the future you will get to hear more and more about Web Components, which get available in Angular 2.0 as well, to create different reusable components. While you already weave multiple angular directives into each other, there are only a few articles which describe this reusability with d3 directives.
This article shows how you can achieve Small Multiples with D3 using Angular.js. According to Edward Tufte (1983) Small Multiples are a concept to visualize multiple homogenous visualizations like maps, line graphs or scatterplots. We will use this visualization concept to draw multiple line graphs with D3 on Angular.
Last year Apple released their new collection of iPhones. One innovation of Apple which caught my eyes is the new health app. The dashboard with its health charts is appealing and well designed. Therefore I had to remake one of its components with D3.js. This is what you are going to achieve.