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Minko Gechev

Building tools for developers at Google. Angular team.

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Version 10 of Angular Now Available

Version 10.0.0 is here! This is a major release that spans the entire platform, including the framework, Angular Material, and the CLI…

Leveraging Angular Prereleases to keep Ionic in Sync

Unlike other open source projects, Angular tries to bring a new major release at least twice a year. With each new release, Angular stands…

The Angular Developer Survey

The 2020 Angular Developer Survey ends this week! If you haven’t already, please complete the survey now. It takes only about a minute (82…

Version 9.1 of Angular Now Available — TypeScript 3.8, faster builds, and more

We just released Version 9.1 of Angular. This is a minor release of the framework and the CLI that is a drop-in replacement for 9.0…

Version 9 of Angular Now Available— Project Ivy has arrived!

The 9.0.0 release of Angular is here! This is a major release that spans the entire platform, including the framework, Angular Material…

When your dependencies break your software, wouldn’t you like them to fix it?

In this article we want to share how we at Allianz Global Digital Factory (GDF) use the tooling of Angular to keep our ecosystem in sync…

Building Accessibility in Angular Applications

Accessibility should never be an afterthought! Everyone should be a stakeholder in it; developers, designers, and of course the testers.

Announcing the Capacitor ngAdd Schematic

Today, we at Ionic are happy to share the release of Angular Schematics for Capacitor. Let’s take a look at what Capacitor is and how to…

The Angular Team @ AngularConnect 2019

It was our pleasure to attend AngularConnect again this year and to talk to hundreds of amazing engineers.

Hack for Good

The Angular and NativeScript teams teamed up to organise Hack For Good — an online hackathon with prizes.


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