ECMAScript 6 has brought a variety of new features that developers have longed for, and it has already spawned a wave of innovation, such as the next generation of Google’s AngularJS.
Google’s Angular 2 built with Microsoft’s TypeScript
Yes, you heard that right: that’s an eight-fold performance improvement over Angular 1.3+. Your existing code cannot match these performance levels (for lack of support for WebWorkers and such). So what are you going to do?
There are currently two alternative upgrade paths: ng-forward (which is currently the default), and ng-upgrade, which allows you to mix code written using each of these frameworks to your heart’s content.