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Angular is an awesome framework to use, and it's awesome to contribute to as well! +Pawel Kozlowski works at Amadeus and spends most of his time working on Angular core. +Rodric Haddad is a CS student who spent a summer at Google working on the Angular project. We're excited to have a chat with them about committing to the Angular project and help us know how we can too! Please ask questions for the show here: https://www.google.com/moderator/#15/e=213bb7&t=213bb7.4b

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I just learned about CSS Triggers site by +Paul Lewis​ at ng-japan. Pretty cool! 

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We've just released +AngularJS 1.3.0 superluminal-nudge It's the best Angular yet! [Harder|Better|Faster|Stronger]  ;-)

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AngularJS 1.3.0-RC0 - Sonic Boltification - is finally out. This major release fixes a bunch of bugs with ngModel and ngAnimate and it also introduces a new feature for form validations where promises can be used to render asynchronous validation.

The RC0 release is a major step closer to the final 1.3.0 release. Now that we're into the RC release stage, this means that most of the API for 1.3 is decided upon and the next releases up until 1.3.0 stable will be fixing the remaining bugs.

The CHANGELOG below outlines the breaking changes, bug fixes and the new features.
https://github.com/angular/angular.js/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md#130-rc0-sonic-boltification-2014-08-29

The article below goes over the new form features in detail:
http://www.yearofmoo.com/2014/09/taming-forms-in-angularjs-1-3.html


A super special thanks to all of the developers whom helped put this release together. You guys are amazing:

Akhlesh
Brian Ford
Caitlin Potter
Colin Casey
Erin Altenhof-Long
Guilbert
Igor Minar
Jason Bedard
Jeff Cross
Julie Ralph
Michael Barton
Pawel Kozlowski
Peter Bacon Darwin
Richard Harrington
Sekib Omazic
Shahar Talmi
Smith
Smitha Milli
Tim Kindberg
Tobias Bosch
Vojta Jina
Wesley Cho
Zach Pomerantz
danrbergman
dennishall1
grsmvg
rodyhaddad
vdyckn
zahragh

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Material Design in Angular
We've been working with the folks at +Ionic on a set of native +AngularJS UI elements and directives that implement the material design system. This is a complementary effort to the Polymer project's paper elements collection.

We're still in early stages, but if you want to follow along, take a peek at our github repository (http://github.com/angular/material/) and the demo site (http://material.angularjs.org).

For more on material design, see the recent post on Google Developers Blog: http://googledevelopers.blogspot.com/2014/06/this-is-material-design.html
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The new versions of +AngularJS  1.2.19 precognitive-flashbacks (stable) and 1.3.0-beta.14 harmonious-cacophonies (beta) have been released! 

Note that there's an important security fix for certain cases where applications mix server-side and client-side templating. As a reminder, this is something we explicitly recommend against and should not affect many applications. For more information over specific cases that apply, check out https://github.com/angular/angular.js/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md#130-beta14-harmonious-cacophonies-2014-06-30

Thanks again to everyone who contributed to this superheroic release:
Aiden N, Alexander Karpan, Amar Patel, Andreas Krummsdorf, Arjunkumar, Brian Ford, Caitlin Potter, Carl Sutherland, Dave Wells,  Dylan Semler, Igor Minar, Joseph Orbegoso Pea, Kevin Western, Matt Johansen, Michal Kawalec, Nikita Vasilyev, Peter Bacon Darwin, Rocky Assad, Sebastian Müller, Stephen Nancekivell, Tero Parviainen, Uri Goldshtein, Vojta Jina, XrXr, fuqcool, fvanderwielen, rodyhaddad

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AngularJS 1.2.18 (ear-extendability) and 1.3.0-beta.13 (idiosyncratic-numerification) are out.

Changelog:
https://github.com/angular/angular.js/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md#130-beta13-idiosyncratic-numerification-2014-06-16

They contain multiple bug fixes, performance improvements and new features related to form fields.

Thanks to everyone who contributed: Aiden N, Alexander Karpan, Amar Patel, Andreas Krummsdorf, Arjunkumar, Arturo Guzman, Brian Ford, Buu Nguyen, Caitlin Potter, Carl Sutherland, Colin Casey, Dave Wells, Dylan Semler, Igor Minar, James Harrison Fisher, Joseph Orbegoso Pea, Kevin Western, Lucas Galfaso, Matias Niemelä, Matt Johansen, Michal Kawalec, Nikita Vasilyev, Peter Bacon Darwin, Rocky Assad, Sebastian Müller, Stephen Nancekivell, Tero Parviainen, Uri Goldshtein, Vojta Jina, XrXr, fuqcool, fvanderwielen, rodyhaddad

We didn't announce 1.3.0-beta.12, as it contained a regression that was quickly detected and fixed in 1.3.0-beta.13.
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