Angular 18 arrives with server-side rendering improvements

May 23, 2024

Via: InfoWorld

Google has published Angular 18, a major upgrade of Google’s TypeScript-based web app development framework that brings server-side rendering improvements and experimental support for zoneless change detection. The release also moves deferrable views and declarative control flow out of developer preview to a stable stage.

Angular 18 was released May 22. It can be accessed from GitHub.

Server-side rendering improvements include i18n (internationalization) hydration support, better debugging, hydration support in Angular Material, and event replay, which is powered by the same library as Google Search. Google previously enhanced server-side rendering in Angular 17, released in November 2023, which brought hydration out of developer preview and enabled it by default.

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