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Click Up Runs On Angular 2 For Faster Performance


Click Up, a Palo Alto project management startup, is building their software with Angular 2 to maximize the performance of their application.

Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) February 20, 2017

Before starting ClickUp, the team behind the startup says they encountered dozens of products which suffered from major performance issues.

With web-based applications, the startup believes, slow load times can be lethal to online businesses and require tremendous investment to prevent.

Zeb Evans, CEO at ClickUp, said, "When you have a project running past due, are 15 minutes late for a meeting, and then have to wait 30 seconds to get something basic to load… it's enough to make anybody go insane. We wanted to minimize frustration and build something that's a breeze to use under stressful conditions, which is crucial for this industry."

The fast performance, while important in preventing frustration, is also a major feature in normal settings, giving users a taste of efficiency they couldn't otherwise experience.

Zeb said, "Once you've tasted an ultra-high speed version of something it really changes things. For instance, after you got your hands on high-speed internet, you could never possibly go back to dial-up – it's not a matter of inconvenience, it's just totally unusable."

Angular 2 was picked to be the framework for the project after a multi-week process of discussion and testing by the developers and management early in the project's life.

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