AngularJS was originally released by Google in 2010. AngularJS reached the EOL status on December 31st – even with long-term support ceasing from the community behind the framework. People can still seek support from third-party providers including support from XLTS.dev and Perforce. The source code will be available on GitHub, NPM, CDN, and Bower.
Although Angular was inspired by AngularJS – Google’s newest follow-up Angular is honestly a different framework. It uses many of the same philosophies, but it has been rewritten in TypeScript back in 2016. TypeScript provides static typing, supporting the development experience and helping to identify bugs before deployment into production.
The End of Life status for AngularJS carries some risks. When an open source community's long-term support reaches the end of life (EOL), no more patches are going to be released. For many users, the risk of using EOL versions of software is that if a new high severity or critical vulnerability is discovered, no patches will ever become available in the future.