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Stable AngularJS and Long Term Support – Angular Blog

  • Stable AngularJS and Long Term SupportAngularJS is planning one more significant release, version 1.7, and on July 1, 2018 it will enter a 3 year Long Term Support period.AngularJS Panel at Angular is an extremely stable framework for building web applications, and has been used by millions of developers across the…
  • We have many exciting Angular releases planned in 2018 and beyond.We understand that many developers are still using AngularJS, and that the migration process to Angular takes time and energy, but we also are aware that developers want clarity on the future AngularJS development plans.ScheduleThe team is currently working towards…
  • Our data indicates that the majority of AngularJS developers are not adopting the latest version updates, so the transition to LTS will be inconsequential to those developers.AngularJS 1.7 developmentAfter the release of 1.7.0 the team does not intend to merge any feature or fix that will require even a minor…
  • These releases will only include non-breaking change features and fixes to the framework.If there is a feature or fix that you believe should land in AngularJS 1.7.0, please report it via an already open issue or PR, or create a new issue.Long Term SupportOn July 1st 2018, we will enter a…
  • x to stop working.Continuing the journeyThe Angular team and community have benefited so much from the countless people in the community who have provided feedback, bug fixes, new features, educational resources, built amazing libraries, run awesome conferences, and created fantastic applications.

AngularJS is planning one more significant release, version 1.7, and on July 1, 2018 it will enter a 3 year Long Term Support period. AngularJS is an extremely stable framework for building web…

Stable AngularJS and Long Term SupportAngularJS is planning one more significant release, version 1.7, and on July 1, 2018 it will enter a 3 year Long Term Support period.AngularJS Panel at Angular is an extremely stable framework for building web applications, and has been used by millions of developers across the web. Angular is its successor and uses the same philosophies such as declarative templates and dependency injection.Angular has been growing more than 5x faster than AngularJS did since its original release. In October of 2017, the user base of Angular passed 1 million developers (based on 30 day users to our documentation), and became larger than the user base of AngularJS. We have many exciting Angular releases planned in 2018 and beyond.We understand that many developers are still using AngularJS, and that the migration process to Angular takes time and energy, but we also are aware that developers want clarity on the future AngularJS development plans.ScheduleThe team is currently working towards a release of AngularJS 1.7.0 and we will continue development of 1.7 through June 30, 2018. On July 1, we will enter a 3 year period of Long Term Support (LTS).January 1 — June 30, 2018 AngularJS 1.7 Active DevelopmentJuly 1, 2018 — June 30, 2021 AngularJS 1.7 LTS PeriodAll AngularJS applications that work now, will continue to work in the future. All published versions of AngularJS, on npm, bower, CDNs, etc will continue to be available. Our data indicates that the majority of AngularJS developers are not adopting the latest version updates,…

Stable AngularJS and Long Term Support – Angular Blog