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Hi One More Admin,
For now we are not planning to rewrite the same template with TensorFlow again mainly because we've found Pytorch is much easier for beginners to pick up and involves less variations of exporting formats compared to TensorFlow. However, we will continue providing TensorFlow supports and covering more examples of exporting pre-trained open source models from different online model zoos in our Export From TensorFlow guide, thanks!
>> we've found Pytorch is much easier for beginners to pick up
Yes TensorFlow 1 was more difficult to use than PyTorch, but it seems TensorFlow 2 fixed that problem (at least in part).
Thank you Eric.