XLTS For AngularJS

Extended long-term support for your AngularJS business solutions.

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AngularJS End of Life December 2021

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AngularJS Long Term Support

On July 1st 2018, AngularJS entered a limited, 3 year1  Long Term Support2 period.

The Angular team now focuses, exclusively, on providing fixes to bugs that satisfy at least one of the following criteria:

  • A security flaw is detected in the 1.8.x branch of AngularJS
  • One of the major browsers releases a version that will cause current production applications using AngularJS 1.8.x to stop working
  • The jQuery library releases a version that will cause current production applications using AngularJS 1.8.x to stop working

The Angular team will update the AngularJS 1.2.x branch if and only if a new, severe security issue is discovered.

1 AngularJS LTS was extended for an additional 6 months due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
2 AngularJS LTS is provided by the Angular team and not the XLTS.dev team.

XLTS for AngularJS Information

Prior to January 1st 2021 XLTS for AngularJS will be forked from the latest AngularJS 1.8.x. On January 1st 2021, XLTS for AngularJS will become available to start on-boarding customers.

We will continue the exclusive focus on providing fixes to bugs that satisfy at least one of the following criteria:

  • A security flaw is detected in XLTS for AngularJS
  • One of the major browsers releases a version that will cause current production applications using the XLTS for AngularJS to stop working
  • The jQuery library releases a version that will cause current production applications using XLTS for AngularJS to stop working

Applications that use an NPM-compatible registry and are based on the latest AngularJS 1.8.x will be the most straightforward to move over to XLTS for AngularJS.

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