Angular 9 and Ivy is finally here! Get the complete run down on the new capabilities and features that Ivy will make available in your applications. From the new Youtube and Google Maps components to the performance improvements, Ivy promises to make our Angular applications better than ever before!
ng-conf organizer Aaron Frost and the Angular Team at Google are getting together on February 7th to talk about the release of Angular 9 and Ivy! You won't want to miss this! Watch online and chat with the Angular team and other industry experts to ask your questions about Angular 9.
Let's take a deeper dive into the features that Angular 9 has to offer and explore what it will enable in the future...
Angular Ivy is an enabler for features to come. As we have discussed in this article, Ivy has already give us benefits for different use cases. However, the best features are to come in future versions of Angular. Which of the possible features that will be delivered in Angular versions 10 and 11, that is still to be decided.
Operators are one of the building blocks of RxJS. The library comes with many operators, which can be used to deal with almost every situation we may encounter, but there are times when it can be helpful to create our own.
We're rounding out our Angular 9 focus with an article created especially for those that learn visually. The first picture is the perfect illustration that shows the fundamental shift in the architecture of Ivy.