Yes you can!
We have an Angular app and a bit.cloud header component built in React that we want to use company wide. The Angular components that need to be in the header are complex, so I figured out how to convert them to web components with Angular then use them inside of the React header.
This was an ambitious project, but I didn’t think about how deep it would get when I was tasked with implementing the common header. As I moved through the learning phases, I discovered more and more. I considered just recreating the header in Angular, but then each update would have to be done in 2 places. We didn’t want to do that.
I’ve also been putting off learning React for years, so this was a good time to learn more about it. We won’t be re-writting this app to Angular anytime soon, but new products will probably be React (for this company) and there are others already using React. React.gg is a great place to get started.
This project shows React, Angular, Vuew and Svelte all in the same application.
Angular can wrap React components. I used Zacky Pickholz’s Embedding React Components in Angular (the Easy Way) to teach me how to embed a React app inside of an Angular app.
Web Components are a great way to share components between frameworks. Angular can output web components!
This approach is different in that I put both Angular and React in the same app, instead of 2 different apps that Machine Llama has.
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