Now that Angular 15 has arrived, the developers of the Google-created, TypeScript-based web framework are eyeing improvements to server-side rendering and runtime performance for a planned Angular 16 release.
Angular 16 would investigate hydration and server-side rendering usability improvements, with non-destructive hydration as a first step. It is tentatively scheduled to launch in May 2023. The server-side DOM could be reused with this method, which would only add event listeners and the data structures the Angular runtime requires, rather than rendering it from scratch.
Plans call for more research to be done on the dynamically changing area of partial hydration and resumeability as a next step. Each strategy has tradeoffs, so Angular’s developers want to be well-informed when choosing the best course of action.
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