EVERY DEVELOPER SHOULD
BE AWARE OF THE FOLLOWING ANGULAR13 FEATURES.
The latest version of the TypeScript-based web framework, Angular 13, is now available. It introduces some fascinating new features for Angular developers. If you’re curious about what’s new in Angular 13, here’s a quick review of the key features.
1. THE VIEW ENGINE APPLICATION IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE.
The heirloom The View Engine is no longer supported by Angular 13, the most recent version. Angular 13 codebases that rely on View Engine have higher maintenance costs and are more complex. To prevent that issue, Ivy is currently the only view engine supported by Angular.
2. ANGULAR PACKAGE FORMAT MODIFICATIONS (APF)
The Angular Package Format (APF) specifies how Angular Framework packages and View Engine information should be formatted and structured. It’s a great way to package all of the third-party libraries in a web development environment.
3. INTERNET EXPLORER 11 IS NO LONGER SUPPORTED.
As of version 13, Angular will no longer support Internet Explorer 11. The removal of Internet Explorer 11 is beneficial because it results in lower bundle size and faster program loading. Due to these improvements, Angular can now leverage modern browser features like CSS variables and web animations via native web APIs.
4. TYPESCRIPT 4.4 COMPATIBILITY
TypeScript 4.4 support is currently available in the Angular 13 version. As a result, TypeScript 4.4.2 and earlier versions are no longer supported in the core.
5. VERSIONS OF NODE.JS BEFORE 12.20 ARE NO LONGER SUPPORTED.
Node.js versions prior to 12.20.0 are no longer available in Angular 13. Because Angular now uses the Node.js package export feature with subpath patterns, this is the case.
6. VERSION 7.4 OF RXJS
7. ROUTER MODIFICATIONS
Routing facilitates navigation from one view to the next. It allows for simple navigation by interpreting a browser URL as a request to switch views. When new navigation cancels the current navigation, the router no longer changes the browser URL with the newest update.
8. ENHANCEMENTS TO THE ANGULAR CLI
The Angular CLI is an important part of the Angular framework. By reducing complexity on a broad scale, Angular CLI helps standardize the process of dealing with the intricacies of the modern web development ecosystem. With the release of Angular 13, the framework now comes with a persistent build-cache functionality, which saves built-in results to disc as a default feature.
9. ANGULAR TESTING ENHANCEMENTS
The testBed has been updated by the Angular team, and now correctly rips down test environments and modules after each test. Developers may expect better streamlined, less interdependent, memory-intensive, and speedier tests now that the DOM is cleared after tests.
10. DEVELOPING DYNAMIC ELEMENTS
A more simplified technique for dynamically generating a component is one of the Ivy-enabled API updates in Angular 13. To construct a component, ViewContainerRef.create component no longer requires an instantiated factory (you no longer need to use ComponentFactoryResolver).
FINALLY, SOME THOUGHTS
You’re now up to date on the latest Angular 13 changes. If you’re still using Angular 12, it’s time to upgrade so you can make use of the new capabilities in your next project. If you’ve already installed the new version, please share your thoughts in the comments area below.
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