Angular 4 is out, ECMAScript 2017, fate of WebComponents, and more
* As you probably know guys from Angular decided to adopt the sematic versioning, and that is one of the reason why they are skipping the version 3. New features in this realease include smaller and faster engine, several directives improvements, and a support for Angular Universal.
* In the meantime, Chrome 56 brings support for WebGL 2.0, which unlocks a variety of new graphics features and advanced rendering techniques.
* Dr. Rauschmayer aka 2ality talking on what's coming in the next ECMAScript in Minsk, Belarus.
* I know you are probably a little bit tired with all the writeups on the async and friends, but this one is pretty solid and absolutely worth a look.
Web Components ended up delivering hardly anything from their original promises (or have hardly answered any of the originally raised questions)
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