Ag-Grid Enterprise V21.0.1
We have decided to update our existing Angular libraries, ag-grid-angular and @ag-grid-community/angular, (see Package vs Modules for why we have two Angular libraries) to use Ivy as opposed to creating new packages for the Ivy format. We have decided to minimise the change for users who are up to date with Angular and avoid future breaks when View Engine is no longer supported.
ag-Grid Enterprise v21.0.1
First off, if your application is built with Angular v12 or above, then you will update as normal. Simply move ag-grid-angular to v28 and notice that ngcc will no longer run against our package. You may see a slight improvement in CI build time as a result of this.
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