TL;DR: We can test components as we were used to test directives. Yes, you heard all-right, there is a new kid in town and last Friday Angular 1.5 was released bringing us, among other updates, the component sugar. If you want to know more about it Todd Motto explored the component method back in November when it was still…
At this year's ng-conf, Pascal and Chirayu Krishnappa, a core Angular team member, have given a talk on the new internationalization story that is evolving for both, the Angular of today 1.x and the Angular of tomorrow. The focus of the talk was to clarify what internationalization actually means and also that it's not just about changing the locale. This article is a write-up of the talk that goes into a bit more detail to show you what the new i18n story is about.
When Angular introduced the controllerAs syntax, it became a best practice to use it in order to prevent nested scope properties to be shadowed in templates and also to avoid using the scopes $parent property, since relying on DOM structure makes our code less maintainable. However, using controllerAs in directives with isolated scope turned out to be a bit cumbersome and in this article we are going to take a look why and how the 1.3 release fixes that.
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