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React v15.0.1

April 8th, 2016

Yesterday afternoon we shipped v15.0.0 and quickly got some feedback about a couple of issues. We apologize for these problems and we’ve been working since then to make sure we get fixes into your hands as quickly as possible. The first of these issues is related to the removal of an undocumented API. This API…

React v15.0

April 7th, 2016

We would like to thank the React community for reporting issues and regressions in the release candidates on our issue tracker. Over the last few weeks we fixed those issues, and now, after two release candidates, we are excited to finally release the stable version of React 15. As a reminder, we’re switching to major…

npm security updates v2.15.1 and v3.8.3

March 31st, 2016

This announcement is also covered on the npm blog: http://blog.npmjs.org/post/142036323955/fixing-a-bearer-token-vulnerability. The primary npm registry has, since late 2014, used HTTP bearer tokens to authenticate requests from the npm command-line interface. Due to a design flaw in the CLI, these bearer tokens were sent with every request made by the CLI for logged-in users, regardless of…

Code Reuse in Angular 2 Native Mobile Apps with NativeScript

March 30th, 2016

Please welcome Nathan Walker as a guest-author on the Angular blog.  Read on to find out more about building cross-platform apps with Angular 2 and NativeScript. The zen of multiple platforms.  Chrome, Android and iPhone all running the same code. You may have felt the tremors reverberating from the bowels of Twitter or elsewhere about writing…

React v0.14.8

March 29th, 2016

We have already released two release candidates for React 15, and the final version is coming soon. However Ian Christian Myers discovered a memory leak related to server rendering in React 0.14 and contributed a fix. While this memory leak has already been fixed in a different way in the React 15 release candidates, we…

Angular Material 2: Alpha preview!

March 16th, 2016

On Tuesday, we released angular2-material alpha.0 – titanium-octopus, kicking off the public availability of the initial set of Angular Material 2 components. What is Angular Material? The goal of the Angular Material project is to build a set of reusable Angular components that implement Google’s Material Design specification. We’ve already built a comprehensive set of…

React v15.0 Release Candidate 2

March 16th, 2016

Today we’re releasing a second release candidate for version 15. Primarily this is to address 2 issues, but we also picked up a few small changes from new contributors, including some improvements to some of our new warnings. The most pressing change that was made is to fix a bug in our new code that…

Advantages of Angular Templates

March 16th, 2016

In modern web development, there are several techniques for building the components used by web applications. Angular’s templates are authored using semantic HTML, encouraging a strong separation between how a component is structured and how it behaves. This is a design choice aligned with the Rule of Least Power. the less powerful the language, the…

React v15.0 Release Candidate

March 7th, 2016

Sorry for the small delay in releasing this. As we said, we’ve been busy binge-watching House of Cards. That scene in the last episode where Francis and Claire Underwood ████████████████████████████████████. WOW! But now we’re ready, so without further ado, we’re shipping a release candidate for React v15 now. As a reminder, we’re switching to major…

Hosting Inclusive Angular Events: Ideas from AngularConnect

March 2nd, 2016

We care a lot about making Angular’s community inclusive and welcoming for everyone.  Guest bloggers Vicky Carmichael and Ruth Yarnit are part of the White October Events team that co-organises AngularConnect.  If you’re planning an Angular meetup or conference, you might find this post helpful in increasing the reach of your event. Enjoy!  – Naomi…

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