Angular 5.0.0-rc.9 is out! That’s great to hear, but… What about the Final Release?

Angular 5.0.0-rc.9 is out! That's great to hear, but... What about the Final Release?

Halloween surprise for all of our Angular fans! The Angular team just released the ninth (yes, true story!) Release Candidate of  Angular 5, featuring 3 compiler bugfixes and 1 core fix. That’s great news, indeed… except for those who’re waiting for the Final Release!

Here’s the updated changelog, as it was released on the Angular official GitHub repository few hours ago: for further info regarding the previous releases, feel free to check this post (RC1 to RC7) and this other post (RC8) as well!

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5.0.0-rc.9 (2017-10-31)

Bug Fixes

  • compiler: always use relative paths to refer to generated code (fd37f3f), closes #20031
  • compiler: re-export less symbols in .ngfactory.ts files (#19884) (e3a16ed), closes #19883
  • compiler: report errors properly in G3 in certain conditions (#20041) (de24d54)
  • core add missing globals from each rollup configuration (#20028) (812786f)

For the previous changelogs click here (from 5.0.0-rc.0 to 5.0.0-rc.7) and/or here (for 5.0.0-rc.8).

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