The Angular View Engine-to-Ivy transition plan.
|Angular version||Application engine||Library engine||Status|
|Version 9||View Engine||View Engine||Supported, but not recommended|
|Version 9||View Engine||Ivy||Not supported|
|Version 9||Ivy||View Engine||Recommended|
|Version 9||Ivy||Ivy||Supported, but not recommended|
|Version 10||View Engine||View Engine||Supported, but not recommended|
|Version 10||View Engine||Ivy||Not supported|
|Version 10||Ivy||View Engine||Supported, but not recommended|
|Version 11||View Engine||View Engine||Not supported|
|Version 11||View Engine||Ivy||Not supported|
|Version 11||Ivy||View Engine||Supported, but not recommended|
@LayZeeDK. So do you mean we cannot build lib using IVY even we build using *ng build*.…
On Wed, Apr 29, 2020 at 4:14 PM Lars Gyrup Brink Nielsen < ***@***.***> wrote: *@LayZeeDK* commented on this gist. ------------------------------ Thanks @ChaitanyaBabar <https://github.com/ChaitanyaBabar>! I noticed recently, that the Angular CLI will even prevent us from compiling a package library with Ivy. — You are receiving this because you were mentioned. Reply to this email directly, view it on GitHub <https://gist.github.com/61caba93df1ec1a0788c94a973c8dfac#gistcomment-3274656>, or unsubscribe <https://github.com/notifications/unsubscribe-auth/ABTGXH75B325KYEQQ7WXYILRPAAKDANCNFSM4MTMXWOQ> .
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