If you’ve followed our series on Exploring Angular 1.3, you know that we’ve written an article about a new module that has been introduced then, called ngMessages. If you haven’t read that article we highly recommend checking it out, since this article builds on top of that. Angular 1.4 has been released just a few days ago and weeks before that, there were several beta releases so we could make our feet wet with it. Next to a ton of improvements, bug fixes and features, this release also introduces a couple of minor breaking changes. In this article we discuss the latest changes to the ngMessages module, so you can update your application code accordingly.