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Angular 2 RC5 – NgModules, Lazy Loading and AoT compilation

August 9th, 2016

Today we’re publishing Angular 2 RC5 – including: Support for @NgModule decorators FormsModule, RouterModule, and Material Design modules make it easier to use these libraries Ahead-of-time (AoT) compilation for components and services Lazy-loading support for the router NgModules @NgModule is a new decorator added in RC5 that provide a number of useful features for both…

Relay: State of the State

August 5th, 2016

This month marks a year since we released Relay and we’d like to share an update on the project and what’s next. A Year In Review # A year after launch, we’re incredibly excited to see an active community forming around Relay and that companies such as Twitter are using Relay in production: For a…

Fresh Guides from Victor Savkin

July 26th, 2016

Since the early days of Angular 2, core team member Victor Savkin has posted his personal thoughts on the platform to his own blog. These offer an internal perspective on how someone who builds Angular thinks about its core concepts. Victor just refreshed his older posts with the latest and greatest from the current release…

Create Apps with No Configuration

July 22nd, 2016

Create React App is a new officially supported way to create single-page React applications. It offers a modern build setup with no configuration. Getting Started # Installation # First, install the global package: npm install -g create-react-app Node.js 4.x or higher is required. Creating an App # Now you can use it to create a…

A dedicated team for AngularDart

July 20th, 2016

Until now, the multiple language flavors of Angular 2 were written as TypeScript source, and then automatically compiled to both JavaScript and Dart.  We’re happy to announce that going forward, we are splitting the Angular 2 codebase into two flavors—a Dart version and a TypeScript/JavaScript version—and creating a dedicated Angular Dart team. While this single-source…

Mixins Considered Harmful

July 13th, 2016

“How do I share the code between several components?” is one of the first questions that people ask when they learn React. Our answer has always been to use component composition for code reuse. You can define a component and use it in several other components. It is not always obvious how a certain pattern…

Angular in China and beyond: Introducing angular.cn

July 12th, 2016

Please welcome Ralph Wang (汪志成) and Rex Ye (叶志敏), joining our blog as guest authors. Ralph is a developer, author, community lead, and Angular GDE in Beijing, China. Rex is an entrepreneur based in London. Together, they have led the first localization of angular.io for developers in China. We’re excited to share the newly-launched angular.cn with you! Read on…

Introducing React’s Error Code System

July 11th, 2016

Building a better developer experience has been one of the things that React deeply cares about, and a crucial part of it is to detect anti-patterns/potential errors early and provide helpful error messages when things (may) go wrong. However, most of these only exist in development mode; in production, we avoid having extra expensive assertions…

RC4 Now Available

June 30th, 2016

Today we’re happy to announce that we are shipping Angular 2.0.0-rc.4. This release includes many bugfixes and improvements, and makes testing easier and more flexible. What’s new? We’ve cleaned up our exported APIs so that they are simpler and more streamlined, and removed things that were never intended to be public. We have also added…

RC3 Now Available

June 22nd, 2016

Today we’re happy to announce that we are shipping Angular 2.0.0-rc3. What’s new? This release includes a fix for a major performance regression in RC2 The @angular/router project has been merged into our main repository ( It will retain its own version numbers and release cycle ) The Router documentation is now available. Content Security…

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