Just as with previous 1.0.x releases, AngularJS 1.0.6 universal-irreversibility brings a bunch of bug fixes and lots of documentation improvements.
AngularJS 1.1.4 quantum-manipulation is a beast packed with highly requested features like animation support, more flexible (and faster) ngRepeat directive, powerful promise-based http request interceptors, support for dynamically generated directive templates and initial batch of mobile/touch support.
Special thanks to Dave Geddes for helping us migrate our build system from Rake to Grunt, this means that building AngularJS from sources is now much easier for many folks and it's possible to build Angular even on Windows (if you really have to ;-) ).
For full details in both these releases, see the changelog.
We thought that animations would be the feature that would attract most of the attention, so to give you background on many design decisions that we made when implementing this feature, Miško gave a presentation on this topic yesterday at GDG Silicon Valley. Check out the video recording from this event to learn more as well as this animations demo app and an in-depth write up by Matias from yearofmoo.com.
Our appreciation to the community contributors responsible for the PRs in these releases: Alexander Shtuchkin, Andrew McLeod, Arlen Christian Mart Cuss, Braden Shepherdson, Bruno Coelho, Christian Vuerings, Ciro Nunes, Dave Geddes, David Chang, Felipe Lahti, Gert Goet, Jamie Mason, Jason Als, Jason Morrison, Javier Mendiara Cañardo, Julie, Jørgen Borgesen, Lucas Galfasó, Luis Ramón López, Manuel Braun, Mark Chapman, Mark Nadig, Matias Niemelä, Matt Ginzton, Matthew, McComb, Niel de la Rouviere, Pascal Borreli, Pawel Kozlowski, Shyam Seshadri, Srinivas Kusunam, Steven Davidson, Sujeet Pillai, Sylvester Keil, Thibault Leruitte, Vineet Kumar, William Bagayoko, danilsomsikov, zeflasher.
1.0.6 universal-irreversibility (stable branch)Google CDN
1.1.4 quantum-manipulation (unstable branch)Google CDN