|AngularJS Reaches End Of Life|
|Written by Kay Ewbank|
|Monday, 17 January 2022|
The developers of AngularJS have announced that it has officially reached the end of its life, at least in terms of support and updates. The advice for current users is to upgrade applications that use it to the AngularJS successor, Angular.
To make changing from AngularJS easier, the Angular team offers ngUpgrade, a library that can be used to run Angular and AngularJS in the same application, allowing incremental migration.
Announcing the end of long term support, the AngularJS team says that following their announcement in January 2018 that work on AngularJS was ending, they extended the LTS due to the global pandemic until December 31, 2021. That date has now passed and there's no longer support for AngularJS.
While the AngularJS team is encouraging users to move to Angular, they have explained what will happen now. The CDN links will remain active and AngularJS.org will remain online. Read-only access to the code, issue, and pull request history on GitHub will still be offered, and the AngularJS npm packages will remain on npm and bower, marked as deprecated.
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