Monday, October 27, 2014
Well, I just went through the slide deck of a presentation that Igor Minar gave at the ng-europe conference.
There wasn't much details, but in the deck it says that controller, $scope, and the angular.module command are going away. That's like the most commonly used pieces of the framework.
At first, I was a little taken back by this revelation, but the more I think about it, the more it make sense. Lately, I have tended to just have one line of code in a controller that basically attached a service to the $scope, and the latest craze I've seen is the "Controller As syntax".
On the down side, this seems like totally different paradigm for Angular and a totally new approach to take in and get accustom too. Then again, with ECMAScript 6 coming out soon as well, I'll be learning a lot of new syntax already, so might as well throw Angular 2.0 in too. Two birds one stone.
Anyhow, what do you think about these changes?
Some more details have emerged about Angular 2.0 and were written about here: "AngularJS 2.0 Details Emerge"
The keynote session on Angular 2.0 Core has been posted on youtube.