Saturday, 25 September, 2021 UTC


Angular 13, a planned upgrade to Google’s popular TypeScript-based web framework, continues to take shape, with eight beta releases published as of September 24, impacting areas such as the router, core, and service workers.
Code for these can be found on GitHub. Among the key changes since the second beta, the router no longer replaces the browser URL when a new navigation cancels an ongoing navigation. This had caused URL flicker and served only to support some AngularJS hybrid applications. Hybrid apps that rely on navigationId to the router instead should subscribe to NavigationCancel events and conduct the location.replaceState themselves to add navigationId to the router state.
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