Developed by Google in 2009, it not only improves HTML used in web applications but also simplifies testing and development and technical nuances for developers. Though AngularJS 1.4 is both stable and highly efficient, the latest version 2.0 is now ready for release and is coming up with a complete rewrite of entire framework and with massive changes. Let’s have a look for expectations which developers have with the ‘New and Reformed Version’.
1. Faster and Modern Browsers
2. Mobility Driven
3. Changing World of Web
4. Better Performance
5. Easy Applicability
6. Revamped Dependency Injection
7. Strong and Flexible Routing
Last, but certainly not the least:
This blog just scratches the surface of the major revamp which AngularJS 2.0 promises or is attempting to deliver to developers and others using it. The best is yet to come and hence the future is going to be exciting for all developers. Let’s keep the fingers crossed and may the Great Expectations see the end it seems destined for!