We just released 1.3.0-beta.1 retractable-eyebrow!
This is the first release following our new release model.
Note that this release drops support for IE8.
See our blog for more: http://blog.angularjs.org/2013/12/angularjs-13-new-release-approaches.html
Thanks to the following contriutors:
Ben Lesh, Brian Ford, Chirayu Krishnappa, Chung-Min Cheng, Eddie Hedges, Gronblom Sam, Igor Minar, Lucas Galfasó, MikeMcElroy, Misha Moroshko, Ole Michaelis, Paolo Moretti, Peter Bacon Darwin, Sekib Omazic, Sharon DiOrio, Takashi Nakagawa, Timothée Jeannin, Tony Bergeron, Vlad GURDIGA, Zak Johnson, amagee, jenkins, mgerstenblatt, thenickcox, tpiere
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