Exploring Angular 1.3 - One-time bindings

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10/20/2014 11:22:44 AM

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The time has come. Angular 1.3 is finally out and it comes with tons of new features, bug fixes, improvements but also breaking changes. And because of all this new stuff happening there, we thought it would make sense to help making the adaption of this release easier for all of us, by exploring its main features and improvements and make a blog series out of it. This is the first post of “Exploring Angular 1.3” and it covers one of the most important features ever: one-time binding.


1 comments

Robert Greyling
10/20/2014 1:15:47 PM
Feels like one-time bindings are an answer to an issue that shouldn't be happening on Angular apps. Having so many elements on a page bound to cause perf issues sounds like a code smell but I guess the audience for Angular is so big, you're bound to get all sorts of strange use cases not anticipated.