Discontinued Long Term Support for AngularJS
(11 January 2022)

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In January 2018 Google planned the final releases of AngularJS before ending long-term support in 2020. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic they extended support until December 31, 2021. This date has now passed so AngularJS is no longer a supported framework.
Web app developers are now advised to update any web apps developed using the now deprecated AngularJS framework and to instead recode such apps to use its successor, Angular, to benefit from increased productivity, scalability and improved performance. As of January 1, 2022, Google no longer updates AngularJS to fix security, browser compatibility or jQuery issues!
Angular is an application design framework and development platform for creating efficient and sophisticated single-page apps. As an application framework, Angular includes a collection of well-integrated libraries that cover a wide variety of features.
Angular is a development platform, built on TypeScript. As a platform, Angular includes:
  • A component-based framework for building scalable web applications
  • A collection of well-integrated libraries that cover a wide variety of features, including routing, forms management, client-server communication, and more
  • A suite of developer tools to help you develop, build, test, and update your code
With Angular, you're taking advantage of a platform that can scale from single-developer projects to enterprise-level applications. Angular is designed to make updating as straightforward as possible to take advantage of the latest developments with a minimum of effort. The Angular ecosystem consists of over 1.7 million developers, library authors, and content creators.

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