Community updates, 2020-07-29
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The State of Angular
There were some uncertainties and emotional statements on social media about the Angular Core Team’s work safety and health and the Angular framework itself. Stephen Fluin commented on these issues in “The Angular Show E20”.
Summary: There was already a change in the management structure earlier this year. They are very concerned about the welfare of each employee and there will definitely be a new roadmap very soon. However, no one from the Angular team will comment on internal affairs or former employees and will not directly respond via social media.
There are very few new features in this version, but many fixes.
The LTS phase of the legacy AngularJS framework was extended for another 6 months due to COVID-19. However, now one should really, really migrate!
- Nx 10 was released, many new features, including support for Angular 10
- The german Angular Buch team has announced a new edition for September 2020.
- Have a look: RxAngular, a toolset for handling fully reactive Angular applications, was introduced by Michael Hladky
- Nativescript is now owned by nstudio
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