Google Releases Angular 2.0

by Developer.com Staff

The popular JavaScript framework now offers faster performance.

Google has announced that it will release the completed version of its Angular 2.0 JavaScript framework Thursday night after a lengthy testing period. The company released a beta version of the tool last December and a release candidate in May.

The update gives developers the option to use third-party libraries or to write their own, and it includes the Angular CLI command-line interface as well as enhanced versions of its router, forms and core APIs. "With ahead-of-time compilation and built-in lazy loading, we've made sure that you can deploy the fastest, smallest applications across the browser, desktop, and mobile environments," said Jules Kremer, technical program manager for Angular.

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This article was originally published on Thursday Sep 15th 2016
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