What’s new in Angular 8.0: Introduction of Ivy renderer and other features
Angular is arguably the most popular open-source web app framework which is widely used by developers across the globe. In 2016, when Google released Angular, many developers migrated to this robust framework.
Today, developers in large number use Angular. The community of developers using Angular are always waiting for all the periodic updates that Angular comes up with.
This time Angular has came up with its latest version which is Angular 8.0 which consists of a much talked about renderer — Ivy. In this blog, we will see one by one what does Angular 8.0 brings on the table.
We will also explain why there’s so much hype about the Ivy and how will it boost the overall efficiency of Angular 8.0.
What’s new in Angular 8.0
Apart from the much talked about Ivy, there are many other features in Angular 8 that are explained in detail as below.
This will result in boosting the loading speed and time to interactive (TTI) for modern browser.
This work is conceptualized and built, and shared by Manfred Steyer and his project ngx-build-modern.