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Join us tomorrow for our livestreemed meetup on forms in Angular 2 http://www.meetup.com/AngularJS-MTV/events/221511542/
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A few pics from my first day in Tokyo. #ng_jp  
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So coo!  Thank you for sharing the photos.
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We answered the top 20 questions people asked us via reddit during +ng-conf. Enjoy!

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Salutations reddit, we are the Angular team here in beautiful Salt Lake City for the second annual ng-conf! We're going to be talking about a lot...
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Thanks Brian! It was nice meeting you in person at #ng-conf.
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ng-japanを心待ちにします!
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3/21 に ng-japan 開催!申し込みは開始はもうしばらくお待ちください :) #ng_jp  
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HTML is great for declaring static documents, but it falters when we try to use it for declaring dynamic views in web-applications. AngularJS lets you extend HTML vocabulary for your application. The resulting environment is extraordinarily expressive, readable, and quick to develop.
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Happy Tuesday folks, we've got a new Protractor release out today!

This fixes an embarrassing bug where ChromeDriver wouldn't update properly with `webdriver-manager update`.

New stuff:

- Upgraded the version of ChromeDriver that webdriver-manager downloads to 2.14 - which is notable because this version supports Shadow DOM! You can use `by.deepCss` to find elements inside a shadow root, or just `by.css('* /deep/ .foo')`

- Adds support for custom testing frameworks - if you'd like to use your own, take a look at https://github.com/angular/protractor/tree/master/lib/frameworks

- Adds a library, Expected Conditions, for dealing with stability issues when on non-Angular pages. This adds a lot of helpers for dealing with issues like "wait for my login button to appear". See the notes at https://github.com/angular/protractor/blob/master/lib/expectedConditions.js for more details.

- We've updated the element explorer with a significant refactor that combines the infrastructure with what we use for browser.pause. This means that you can now use a configuration file with element explorer. See the docs at http://angular.github.io/protractor/#/debugging#testing-out-protractor-interactively

- Added the `browser.getProcessedConfig` method. This lets you get at the configuration for one specific browser instance. This will support use cases such as doing different setup in `onPrepare` based on the browser being used.

Full changelog linked, as always!
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On Feb 10, David East will demo building the canonical ToDo MVC app in Angular2 (using Firebase on the backend to boot!).  Join us in person or livestream http://www.meetup.com/AngularJS-MTV/events/220289811/
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I've seen so many fantastic summaries of the happenings at ng-conf last week.  I just had to get in the game. :) Here's the official one from the Angular team.
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Slides from our #ngconf keynote are up!  Ask us questions on reddit AMA! http://goo.gl/VqAyaQ 
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Livestream anywhere +Aaron Frost

Update For others -- yes, there is a livestream (http://www.ng-conf.org/) and even better, there are archived videos of the talks in a really nice playlist (https://www.youtube.com/user/ngconfvideos/playlists). Great job organizers!!  Subscribe now :-)
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H2O, the new HTTP server goes version 1.0.0 as HTTP/2 gets finalized
I am happy to announce the release of H2O version 1.0.0 on the same day HTTP/2 gets finalized . The momentum for HTTP/2 is building up fast. According to mnot’s blog: HTTP/2 is Done posted today, The IESG has formally approved the HTTP/2 and HPACK specific...
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New +AngularJS #releases 1.4.0-beta.4 "overlyexplosive-poprocks" and 1.3.13 "meticulous-riffleshuffle"!

Don't blow your mouth off with these fiery new releases from the Angular team.

We have a cool new feature 1.4.x that people have had on their wishlist for a while: the ability to force Angular to use jqLite or a specific jQuery version. Thanks to Michel Boudreau for the pull request and Michał Gołębiowski and Lucas Galfasó for their reviews and support to get this in.

Thanks as always to the contributors who made this happen:
Lucas Galfaso, Lukas Elmer, Marcy Sutton, Michel Boudreau, Morris Singer, Peter Bacon Darwin, Shahar Talmi, dtritus and izeye.

And thanks to Alex Eagle, who stepped in to help with the Google side of the release for this week.

Checkout the CHANGELOG (https://github.com/angular/angular.js/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md#140-beta4-overlyexplosive-poprocks-2015-02-09) on GitHub for the v1.4.0-beta.4 changes and v1.3.13 changes
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