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Upgrade Angular(1)JS and Spring apps

 
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Hi All,

We plan to upgrade 20Apps based on Angular(1)JS and Spring.
First, Database will upgrade from Oracle11 to 18C. OS will change from SunOs5.10 to RHEL7.x. From application perspective I have below queries -

1)While we refactor applications, Should we use JDK8 or 11. If Java8, how many years will Java8 based apps sustain without any issues.
2) Do we need to upgrade Angular1 JS to Angular2/above.( We don't need any performance or feature improvement)

Thank You.

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Siddhesh
 
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Angularjs and Angular2 are very different in terms of development so you probably don't want to upgrade that. Angular 2 is way better though.

Also, Java 11 you can use var so that alone is worth it. :P
 
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Al Hobbs wrote:Angularjs and Angular2 are very different in terms of development so you probably don't want to upgrade that. Angular 2 is way better though.

Also, Java 11 you can use var so that alone is worth it. :P




Thanks...This is helpful
 
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