back to article Angular 13 arrives: Ivy everywhere, View Engine and IE11 support cut

Version 13 of the Google-sponsored Angular JavaScript framework is here and the old View Engine renderer is gone, as is IE11 support, making Angular faster and smaller. The latest release is as notable for what has been cut out as for what is included. Google developer relations engineer Mark Thompson said the deprecated View …

  1. Tom Chiverton 1

    No IE ? No use.

    Why do people think there aren't still (massive) companies out there who still have their employee's use IE, who still need to buy weby stuff made by other companies ?

    1. Charlie Clark Silver badge

      It's been cut from this release, you can still use older versions. However, seeing as MS itself has officially stopped supporting IE, not least because it has many apparently unfixable bugs, it begs the question as to why companies still require it: the writing was on the wall for it 10 years ago.

  2. Ilsa Loving


    I was a bit fan of Angular until they hit v2 and basically told everyone that all the effort they put into learning Angular has been for nothing.

    It's been off my radar ever since. I have better things to do with my time than relearn the same language over and over.

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