Martin Probst, a software engineer at Google in the AngularJS team, signals that the feedback regarding Angular 2 has been positive and that a release date is approaching. As far as TypeScript is concerned, one should expect a substantial change.
What’s so special about Angular 2.0? Is the migration to the new Angular release still going to be a nightmare? And why do we all have to learn TypeScript now? AngularJS author Manfred Steyer answers the most common questions of the Angular community.
Google again reassures the community about the longevity of the Angular 1 series, while announcing new details of the next generation, among them Angular Universal and a new tool called angular-cli.
The AngularJS team has finally woken its community up from what was probably the worst nightmare it will ever experience. Plans to update to AngularJS 2.0 without a migration path have now been replaced with a clear outline for a seamless harmony between old and new versions.
The news is out: Angular2 has made it to alpha stage with bits and pieces on GitHub ready to play with. We take a look at some AtScript examples and what the core team had to say about the impending release.
The upcoming release of AngularJS 1.4 is good news for aficionados, offering hope for the 1.x series. In a bid to make the planning process as transparent as possible, the team have opened up all development for feedback.
The next major release of Angular is bringing a unified method for injecting dependencies into a directive.
Angular developers have made it clear they are not happy with the controversial plans for Angular 2.0.
Details have emerged about the next major release of Angular – which is making some major changes.