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Angular 5 Released by dunnedev #javascript #angularjs via JavaScriptKicks

  • Much to the dismay of some of the web dev community the semantic versioning of Angular is to continue with each release being marketed as a brand new version.
  • Similar to the way that I’m detailing Angular 5 in this post, this release provides an opportunity for those to remarket their courses and tutorials with the shiny new version of Angular.
  • While I’m sure plenty will cover the new features in great detail, I wouldn’t worry about feeling compelled to learn this completely new version of Angular because in reality these releases don’t tend to be groundbreaking and usually have minor breaking changes to previous versions.
  • This added feature really aims to improve the speed of Angular bundling in development and production and is welcome improvement to AOT.
  • This is a very handy feature as many use cases of an animation can depend on a value changing but having two new aliases in and allows us to apply a specific animation to a value going up or down, in this case we want the font size and color…

WRITTEN BY GARETH DUNNE @DUNNEDEV As of 1st of November, the latest version of Angular (Angular 5) has been released. The release is named Pentagonal Donut and

As of 1st of November,  the latest version of Angular (Angular 5) has been released.

The release is named Pentagonal Donut and is the latest of Angular releases in its semantic versioning release schedule. The release details many additional features which I want to cover here.

Much to the dismay of some of the web dev community the semantic versioning of Angular is to continue with each release being marketed as a brand new version. I personally don’t have too much of a problem with it changing every 4 or 5 months but I completely see why the new iterations may confuse and annoy devs within the frontend community.

Similar to the way that I’m detailing Angular 5 in this post, this release provides an opportunity for those to remarket their courses and tutorials with the shiny new version of Angular.

I haven’t found any specific Angular 5 learning material but this might suffice until there are any updated learning resources.

While I’m sure plenty will cover the new features in great detail, I wouldn’t worry about feeling compelled to learn this completely new version of Angular because in reality these releases don’t tend to be groundbreaking and usually have minor breaking changes to previous versions.

Lets highlight some of the new features.

During the…

Angular 5 Released

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