Google is discontinuing support for AngularJS
Moving away from AngularJS…
As planned long time ago, AngularJS (the first version of the framework released by Google in 2010.) has reached end of life. It is now officially out of support by the team since December 31, 2021. > Read more on the official blog post
We hope that by now you've migrated your projects to Angular, the new platform available since 2016 (latest version as of today being Angular 13).
If you need help with the new platform we offer plenty of Angular related courses (RxJS, NgRx, Architecture, Unit Testing, ...) available all year long as intensive hands-on training, read more below.
Need help to learn Angular?
We have several exciting Angular courses available!
Our classes are now delivered as intensive instructor-led online training available in different time zones.
Learn Angular 13, RxJS, NgRx and more Now with the #1 Training!
Angular Academy offers a suite of intensive hands-on live training for professional web developers.
Get up to speed quickly.
As of January 2022 we've done more than 280 successful Angular Workshops, training several thousands of developers at some of the largest tech companies! 2650+ satisfied developers so far... read the testimonials here: https://angular.ac/testimonials ☺️