We’ve had a great response from Developers about this. Bloggers and authors and discussions boards can in most contexts drop the version number from discussions of Angular, because the tutorials, tips, tricks, and content that works in version 2 will work in version 4, and likely beyond. This allows those discussing Angular to talk about the framework without becoming prematurely dated each time there’s a version bump.
Here’s an example tutorial you could write:
Angular Router Guide – Learn about how to use the Router in Angular as the basis for page animations, analytics tracking, and how to fetch parameters and data reactively from the router.
By not using “Angular 2” in the title, the content still feels applicable and useful after version 4, 5, 6, 7, etc have been released, as the syntax is unlikely to change.
We agree with this and we have accepted the suggestions many of you have brought up to return to our roots with the name AngularJS for any 1.x release, and Angular for any 2+ release. Our goal is to bring as much consistency as possible especially going forward, while reducing the maintenance burden caused by past branding inconsistencies.
These new guidelines match what already exists in a number of ways. If you are looking for a book on version 1.x, you’ll probably find it with the name AngularJS. And as more content is written consistently using these guidelines, it should become easier to search for what you are looking for.
What about Angular Material?
We’ve been propagating these standards across all of our projects over the last week or so, but there’s more work to be done. You can help by using these names to build consistency across the ecosystem! Here are some handy regular expressions if you’d like to help us fix the branding in your projects!
|s/angular (1.d)/AngularJS $1/ig
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