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george.jiang (41) [Avatar] Offline
#1
Angular 1.5 will come with a new route module. Will the new route module be covered in this book? (We have waited for a long time for this book and we can definitely wait for another two months to get the 1.5 route covered by this book).

PS. I am not concerned about Angular 2.0 at all, since I think Angular 2.0 will not be in production use for a few more good years giving the current state of Web browsers (specifically IE 11 which will still be in Windows 10).
Lukas Ruebbelke (107) [Avatar] Offline
#2
The new router will not be covered in the first edition of the print version of this book as it is 99.9% done. Hooray!

With that said, I will be upgrading Angello to the latest Angular as it become available and offering additional bonus content where it makes sense and depending on how many people request a certain topic. A branch and a blog post covering the new Angular router in the context of Angello will almost certainly happen at http://onehungrymind.com/. So the answer is "yes in some form, we will cover it"
george.jiang (41) [Avatar] Offline
#3
When will the example application be upgraded to AngularJS 1.4? Especially the animation related code, since the ng-animation module has been re-written in AngularJS 1.4. Thanks.