MV* Client-side Javascript Frameworks

Since I chose to take the sysadmin career off-ramp (at least for now) back in April in order to explore my other passions as a full-time developer, I have been spending a lot of time re-sharpening my proverbial programmer saw. Lately, I have become fascinated by the glut of client-side javascript frameworks and I have set out to find a few to experiment with (along with nodejs on the server side with a mongodb backend). During my research today, I stumbled upon this very well-written article, which I felt compelled to share: http://blog.stevensanderson.com/2012/08/01/rich-javascript-applications-the-seven-frameworks-throne-of-js-2012/ . Kudos to the author, @stevesanderson, for doing such a great job of providing a straightforward comparison of the various frameworks/libraries.

Of the ones listed, AngularJS seems to appeal to me the most. Thoughts?

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