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Angular v14 is now available!

June 2nd, 2022

photo by Emma Twersky We are excited to announce the release of Angular v14! From typed forms and standalone components to new primitives in the Angular CDK (component dev kit), we’re excited to share how each feature makes Angular more powerful. Since our last release, we completed two major requests for comments (RFC), which provided an…

Angular’s Vision for the Future

May 24th, 2022

Photo by Pixabay In the Angular 2021 recap and 2022 preview post, we shared our plans for 2022. As we are almost midway through 2022, this is a great time to give more insights into our long-term plan and some hints of what we might work on in 2023. Improving and simplifying the developer experience is a…

OpenSSL update assessment, and Node.js project plans

May 5th, 2022

Summary The OpenSSL Security releases of May 3 2022 affects Node.js 17.x and 18.x but highest serverity is “Low” Analysis Our assessment of the security advisory is: The c_rehash script allows command injection (CVE-2022-1292) Node.js doesn’t use or ship the c_rehash script. Therefore, Node.js is not affected OCSP_basic_verify may incorrectly verify the response signing certificate…

An Update Angular on Standalone Components

April 6th, 2022

Photo by Johannes Plenio from Pexels A few months ago we posted the first RFC related to a project known as “standalone components”. This project has an ambitious goal: to reduce boilerplate and make Angular easier to use and learn by making it possible to build components and applications without NgModules. This week, we’re building on…

React v18.0

March 28th, 2022

React 18 is now available on npm! In our last post, we shared step-by-step instructions for upgrading your app to React 18. In this post, we’ll give an overview of what’s new in React 18, and what it means for the future. Our latest major version includes out-of-the-box improvements like automatic batching, new APIs like…

How to Upgrade to the React 18 Release Candidate

March 7th, 2022

Our next major version, React 18, is available today as a Release Candidate (RC). As we shared at React Conf, React 18 introduces features powered by our new concurrent renderer, with a gradual adoption strategy for existing applications. In this post, we will guide you through the steps for upgrading to React 18. If you’d…

The Relevance of TypeScript in 2022

January 31st, 2022

It’s 2022. And the current relevance of TypeScript is undisputed. TypeScript has dominated the front-end developer experience by many, many accounts. By now you likely already know that TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript, building on JavaScript by adding syntax for type declarations, classes, and other object-oriented features with type-checking. And when I say dominated,…

Angular 2021 Recap and 2022 Preview

January 20th, 2022

Happy New Year! 2021 was a difficult year for everyone around the globe but as a community, we’ve managed to stick together and continue to move Angular forward. Let’s take a quick review of some things that happened in 2021 and take a peek at some things that are on the horizon for Angular in 2022. Welcome…

Typed Forms: The RFC Is Here

January 13th, 2022

For five years, strong types in the Forms package have been a top feature request. Issue (#13721) is the most popular issue of all time on the Angular repo. Many contributors have attempted to implement it over the years. We’re proud to announce the Typed Forms Request for Comment. This is the first big step toward…

Discontinued Long Term Support for AngularJS

January 11th, 2022

Photo by Craig Adderley from Pexels In January of 2018 we laid out our plans for the final releases of AngularJS before entering long-term support and last year, we extended the LTS due to the global pandemic until December 31, 2021. Well, friends, the time has come and we’re no longer supporting AngularJS. We’re incredibly proud…