XLTS for AngularJS FAQ

Common questions about XLTS for AngularJS

When will Google end support for AngularJS?

December 31, 2021, more information can be found on the official AngularJS.org site.

On July 1st 2018, AngularJS entered a limited, 3 year Long-term Support ("LTS") period. The AngularJS LTS period was later extended by 6 months due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

What is XLTS for AngularJS?
A support contract, service level agreement, and license for a version of AngularJS that is maintained by XLTS.dev. This support includes addressing security weaknesses and fixing breakages caused by web browsers and jQuery.
What version of AngularJS will be supported?
We will support the last major version of AngularJS. This is currently v1.8.
How long will support be offered?
Current plans are to offer support through December 2026. Our future plans to continue providing XLTS for AngularJS after that will depend upon customer demand.
How does pricing work?
Please contact us for details.
How can my team prepare to migrate to XLTS for AngularJS?
Applications that use an NPM-compatible registry and are based on the latest major version of AngularJS will be the most straightforward to switch to XLTS for AngularJS.
Can you provide more detail about what kind of fixes will be included?

We will continue the exclusive focus on providing fixes to bugs that satisfy at least one of the following criteria:

  • A security flaw is detected in XLTS for AngularJS
  • One of the major browsers releases a version that will cause current production applications using the XLTS for AngularJS to stop working
  • The jQuery library releases a version that will cause current production applications using XLTS for AngularJS to stop working

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