Are Angular 2 and AngularJs (Angular 1) really SPA frameworks? Personally, I say no. That being said, I continue to hear it be lumped in with discussions solely focused on Single Page Application development.
Being productive is a large part of a developers success. The more productive we are, the more we accomplish. The more we are able to accomplish, the more bargaining power we have in the equation of dictating how our lives unfold as developers.
One key task when automating builds and releases is the configuration of any given deployment. In the .NET world this often equates to setting a number of values in the web.config file so that when a build becomes a release and a release is ready for deployment, that release will be pre-configured to run in the targeted environment prior to the actual deployment.
Let's face it, spinning up a new development environment is not a pleasant experience. The lengthy journey of installing your preferred stack, software and tooling, can often last days to get to a point of productivity and weeks to fine tune.