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ngMigrate Helps You Move from AngularJS 1.x to Angular 2

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ngMigrate Helps You Move from AngularJS 1.x to Angular 2

Finding it challenging to move from AngularJS 1.x to Angular 2? Check out this post that contains a list of links to tools that can make your migration easier and faster!

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We understand the move from AngularJS 1.x to Angular 2 can be a challenging, uphill journey. That’s why our own Todd Motto (@toddmotto) has created the ngMigrate website.


Todd is passionate about helping developers make the move from AngularJS 1.x to Angular 2. That passion fueled him to create ngMigrate, with the mission to provide as much information as possible to help you leverage and convert your Angular 1.x knowledge over to Angular 2. We’re also encouraging the Angular community to jump on board and contribute content as well. Todd and other contributors have been busy putting together educational guides to help you make the transition. 

Now that you’re on your way to learning Angular 2 you’re going to want to check out Kendo UI for Angular 2, which has been designed specifically for Angular 2. Written in TypeScript, built as native jQuery-free UI components and distributed as NPM packages, Kendo UI for Angular 2 makes integrating UI components into ng2 a piece of cake for developers.

Below are links to some of the content already available on ngMigrate. Head to the bottom of any ngMirgrate page and enter your email address to get notified when new guides are published.

Thanks for reading this and good luck learning Angular 2.

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