I'm a web developer working on a site using Google's Angular framework.
Unfortunately, one of our clients, who uses Check Point SandBlast Agent for Browsers has reported issues using the site, and we've found that for some reason, no pages using Angular work properly with the extension active. It seems that the page does not rerender correctly on changes unless a scroll or a resize event triggers. Even Angular's own documentation site, linked above, doesn't work correctly, and their first party component library, Angular Material, also doesn't function correctly, so it seems to be a fundamental conflict between the plugin and the framework.
Would someone from Check Point be able to look into this and possibly reach out to the Angular team at Google and see if a solution can be found?