At the end of 2015, the AngularJS community announced the beta of Angular 2. The REST API development community followed the changes closely. Angular is one of the most popular frameworks for API developers to add a front-end to an API.
Hadi Hariri, Leader Developer Advocacy team at JetBrains, outlines in this BASTA! TV interview with Mirko Schrempp, Editor Windows Developer, why he is changing constantly between the Java and .NET world.
A new version of TypeScript has been unveiled with long awaited support for async functions for ECMAScript 6 (ES6). Future support plans are already in place for ES3 and ES5, too. TypeScript 1.7 also includes polymorphic this typing plus some breaking changes.
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.
Kotlin 1.0 is now available in beta mode after 14 milestone releases. JetBrains’ JVM language, developed over a period of four years, packs in Java interoperability, changes to the language itself as well as IDE improvements. Test it now!
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 new Node.js 4.2 release has been christened “Argon”, the first drop under the new Long Term Support plan that provides various levels of support over a 30 month period. The plan aims to help operations teams and enterprise application development.