NativeScript 2.2 has been released, with upgraded UI, support for iOS10 Beta 3 and introducing Webpack for the Angular 2 based projects. The major release brings a raft of tooling updates, including the decision to use Webpack for the Angular 2 based projects.
A new part of Angular 2, the Angular Mobile Toolkit, brings together tools and techniques to help developers make their web apps feel more native. In a session at ng-conf 2016, Jeff Cross and Alex Rickabaugh showed how to use three of these techniques to build a "progress web app".
NativeScript 2.0 has been released, integrating with AngularJS 2.0 to allow developers to write native mobile applications for iOS and Android. The release brings developers "an unprecedented code reuse story between [their] web and native mobile app," Valio Stoychev says.
The day 2 keynote at ng-conf 2016 provided a deep dive into the new offline compiler and showcased some of the directions Angular 2 is moving towards in the future.
At the 2016 ng-conf, Jeff Whelpley and Patrick Stapleton showed off Angular Universal, the ability to render an Angular app on the server. Often, there are a few patterns that Angular Universal projects run into. Whelpley and Stapleton show off how to deal with three of those patterns.
At the 2016 ng-conf, Brad Green and Jules Kremer took the Keynote stage to show off a little bit of the new Angular 2 Release Candidate and showcase some of the new features and community efforts.
The team behind Vue.js has released v2.0, in what is described as a "full rewrite" of the framework. Vue creator Evan You describes Vue as the framework as consisting of "a core view layer and accompanying tools and supporting libraries," and says that the 2.0 release makes it even leaner and faster.
Angular 2’s architecture makes it possible to render an application with various renderers including React Native.
The JHipster team has released JHipster 3.0 with new support for microservices, and with new options to generate a complete microservices architecture.
The beta of version 2 of the Ionic Framework has been released. Its architecture advances to Angular 2, brings a new navigation stack, and fully supports material design.
Angular 1.5 has been released, introducing a new component helper which aims to get developers closer to what they'll encounter in version 2, easing the transition. Along with a flurry of other new features, version 1.5 is the biggest update in 9 months.
At the microXchg conference, Stefan Tilkov presented “Wait, what? Our microservices have actual human users?”. Tilkov proposed that current microservice discussions tend to be centered around backend topics. The presentation argued that it is of paramount importance to increase focus on how to structure what is arguably the most important part of a microservice application - the UI.
The Ember.js team has released the stable version of Ember 2.3, and the first beta of 2.4. Ember contributor Matthew Beale modestly describes the update as a "minor release," nonetheless 2.3 comes with several significant changes, including the ability to use Ember FastBoot with the latest stable release.