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#Angular

Let's get ready to migrate!

Announcing NgRx 4 – Angular with reactive flavor

Good news, everyone! The team behind NgRx has announced their latest release – NgRx 4 – to match the newest version of Angular. Lazy loading, simplified testing, and even a redesigned router integration.

The life and times of a framework

Angular: One framework

What is it that makes Angular, Angular? Is it the technical competence, the large ecosystem, or its raucous community? Today we’re going to do a deep dive into this fascinating framework as Wassim Chegham, Uri Shaked, and Christoffer Noring explain why it’s easy to be impressed by Angular.

Meet Angular 4

Angular 4: Top features you need to know

Angular 4 has been released. In this article, Karsten Sitterberg and Thomas Kruse show all the innovations, give tips on migrating and take a guess at what Angular 5 will look like.

I just have a lot of feelings, okay?

17 gifs that truly express my feels for Angular 4

Listen, we’ve all been there. Angular 2 was… tolerable. But everything changed when Angular 4 was released earlier this week. Let’s work our way through the emotional rollercoaster that was this software release.

Invisible-makeover, to be precise

Angular 4 is here

Better late than never! Angular 4 has finally been released and it’s just what we expected and then some more. Let’s have a look at the highlights.

Customize Eclipse to your heart's content

Angular IDE for modern web in Eclipse

Looking for a unique balance between an Eclipse IDE and a modern web development experience? Then the Angular IDE plugin is ideal for you. In this article, Tim Webb explains why the Angular IDE plug-in is a great idea for you.

And migration to Yarn

JHipster 4.0 brings Angular 2 support

After nearly one year of hard work, JHipster is ready for a new major release. 4.0 supports both AngularJS 1 and Angular 2.x and has successfully migrated to Yarn. But that’s not all — let’s see what else is new.

After 2 comes... 4

Move over 3 — Angular 4 is the next version

The Angular team is proving that one should not worry about version numbers; instead, we should treat everything under the Angular umbrella as.. well, Angular. Although we were expecting to see Angular 3 in March 2017, turns out that number 4 is coming instead. The next months will be dedicated to wrapping up Angular 4.