"AngularJS 1.x is built for current browsers while Angular 2.0 is being built for the browsers of the future." - Igor Minaz, AngularJS team.
Events leading up to the impending AngularJS 2.0 release have been nothing short of epic. The September 2014 release announcement started it all. A complete rewrite with new changes caused differing opinions among
Angularjs development. Angular creators thus pushed 2.0 into developer preview mode.
At the time of writing, post the Dec 2015 beta version release, no further final release version date has been provided. In fact the Feb 2016 AngularJS 1.5 release was intended to 'improve the upgrade path to Angular 2', as the Angular blog states. AngularJS 2.0 is loaded with so many brand new features that several developers have remarked (in a lighter vein) that the framework deserves a new name altogether. Here is what we can expect from version 2.0:
AngularJS 2.0 is loaded with so many brand new features that several developers have remarked (in a lighter vein) that the framework deserves a new name altogether. Here are reasons to
At the time of writing, we are still awaiting the final version release of AngularJS 2.0. What changes would be part of 2.0, how it would affect app development and developer ease in working, remains to be seen.