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The Point of No Return

Aaron Frost
Jun 16, 2021

Jul 15, 2021

With just 5 months left until Google ends its support for AngularJS, it's safe to say that we're all past the point of no return. For anyone who hasn't started migrating away from AngularJS, the hopes of completing that migration by the end of the year are all but gone. However, the XLTS.dev team is here to make life easier with our extended Long-Term Support for AngularJS offering.

News and Updates

The team at XLTS.dev have been busy as bees. In fact, we've been so busy that a number of announcements and milestones have piled up, and we're excited to share them with you.

  • Support Has Started - Each of our clients has different timelines for support, and we're excited to mention that several of our clients have started downloading, testing, and releasing our version of AngularJS. This is a big milestone for us.
  • Improved Service Level Agreement (SLA) - We've improved our SLA in an effort to provide more predictable turnaround times for security issues that are found. For example, we now commit to fixing Critical security issues in 15 days!! If you haven't seen the latest SLA, please reach out to our team, and we can send you an updated Support Agreement with the latest SLA.
  • New Support Features - If at any time you wish to speak with us, you can now click the chat button in the bottom right corner of the page. This will get you in touch with one of our team members who can help answer your questions.
  • Pricing Increase - On July 15th our prices will be increasing for any of our contracts that aren't in active legal review with our legal team. Anyone who sends us their legal reviews by July 15th can retain any previously quoted price.
  • Updated Support Agreement - Over the last six months, our Support Agreement has been revised and improved. If your legal team has yet to begin the review process, please reach out to us for an updated Support Agreement (which will have the latest SLA). We are confident that the latest agreement will be easier for your legal team to work with.

Math to Migrating

A question that we get a lot is: how to best estimate the time to migrate a project away from AngularJS to something else. In fact, we've answered this question and performed these estimates for so many of you that we decided to detail it in a blog post. Learn more about our estimation process in The Math of Migrating from AngularJS.

Conclusion

Our team has a lot going on right now. We're building a network of like-minded, security-focused organizations that have similar needs. At the center of that network is XLTS.dev. We would like to thank our customers for the trust they place in our team.

If we can help your team in any way, please reach out to us. If there are any products that you need extended long-term support for, we hope to hear from you.

Aaron Frost
Jun 16, 2021

Jul 15, 2021