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Date pipe adds 2 hours to iso 8601 formatted date string in chrome and safari #16624

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Current behavior
A iso 8601 formatted string formatted by using the date pipe get added 2 hours in chrome

Expected behavior
The iso 8601 formatted string is formatted without adding 2 hours in chrome

Minimal reproduction of the problem with instructions
The following:

{{'2017-05-07T22:14:39'| date:'dd-MM-yyyy HH:mm'}}

Outputs 08-05-2017 00:14 instead of 07-05-2017 22:14

Plunker: http://plnkr.co/edit/pcoEmL1gR53tyqG9p6ZY?p=preview

What is the motivation / use case for changing the behavior?
Seems like a bug to me.

Please tell us about your environment:
Win 7, angular-cli 1.0, yarn

Angular version: 4.1.1

Browsers:

  • Chrome 57.0.2987.133
  • Safari on macOS 10.12.5 (10.1.1)
  • Safari on iOS 10.3.2

(Tested oké in Firefox 54.0a2, different issue in IE 11.0.9600.18639)

Language: TypeScript 2.2.1

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xedenis commented May 8, 2017

Experiencing a similar problem, Angular DatePipe sometimes adds or substracts 1 hour.

Tested in Eastern Time Zone, seems to be related to switch between daylight time and standard time

Plunker: http://plnkr.co/edit/icTKVsNTfuPpBIIXblsF?p=preview

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k-schneider commented Jun 6, 2017

You can see this same behavior if your input is a string.

According to the Angular docs: "When the expression is a ISO string without time (e.g. 2016-09-19) the time zone offset is not applied and the formatted text will have the same day, month and year of the expression."

This is not the case - see this plunker for example (testing with Eastern Time Zone):

http://plnkr.co/edit/51hHWueatHqzMDpfWsH6?p=preview

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trkoch commented Jun 20, 2017

I'm observing possibly related offsets in date formatting.

{{'1958-07-03' | date:'dd.MM.yyyy z'}}<br>
{{'1958-07-03T00:00:00' | date:'dd.MM.yyyy z'}} (0:00)<br>
{{'1958-07-03T00:59:00' | date:'dd.MM.yyyy z'}} (0:59)<br>
{{'1958-07-03T01:00:00' | date:'dd.MM.yyyy z'}} (1:00)<br>

Results in

image

Curiously this offset is only applied to certain dates, e.g. 1958-01-01 is not affected.

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trkoch commented Jun 20, 2017

Turns out this is related to timezone handling, specifically daylight saving times in years where there was no daylight saving.

For instance, Germany introduced DST in 1916 only to abandon it in 1919 (*), reintroduce somewhat in 1940 (without any rolling back to normal time until 1942 and lots of twists), yet again abandon in 1945 and finally reintroduce in 1980. *) Perhaps this would have been the best moment in history for people to realize not to mess with time and never introduce such thing again. Alas…

Err? Moving on, when Angular formats a date, it delegates to Intl.DateTimeFormat. To construct a date without time from a string (input of filter) it extracts year, month and day and executes new Date(y,m,d). Unless specified otherwise (which Angular doesn't) Intl.DateTimeFormat assumes the runtime's default time zone (Europe/Berlin in case of Germany); new Date() creates a date with the local time zone. Sounds fine? Not so fast. There is one nasty gotcha! Lets roll back to, say, 1960-06-01T00:00 (remember, no DST!): Taking the current timezone into account, new Date(1960,5,1) provides us a GMT+2 date which when formatted according to Intl.DateTimeFormat evaluates to 5/31/1960. The issue here is that Intl is in fact aware of the DST history of a given region while Date() is not. If it were it needed to provide us with a GMT+1 date.

In code:

var options = {year: 'numeric', month: 'numeric', day: 'numeric', hour: 'numeric', minute: 'numeric'}
new Intl.DateTimeFormat(
  'en-US', {timeZone: 'Europe/Berlin', ...options}
).format(new Date(1960,05,01))
// "5/31/1960, 11:00 PM"

tldr; Intl.DateTimeFormat outsmarts Date but leaves Angular confused.

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trkoch commented Jun 20, 2017

Pinpointing differences of Intl and Date:

new Date(1960,05,01) // Wed Jun 01 1960 00:00:00 GMT+0200 (CEST)
new Date(1970,05,01) // Mon Jun 01 1970 00:00:00 GMT+0100 (CET)
new Date(1980,05,01) // Sun Jun 01 1980 00:00:00 GMT+0200 (CEST)

Interestingly Date knows DST was introduced in 1980, but incorrectly assumes it was present before 1970.

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trkoch commented Jun 20, 2017

I should add this also affects Safari but not Firefox. @Waterstraal Can you update the title to reflect this?

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Waterstraal commented Jun 22, 2017

@trkoch In what version of Safari did you test this?

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trkoch commented Jun 26, 2017

Safari on macOS 10.12.5 (10.1.1)
Safari on iOS 10.3.2

@Waterstraal Waterstraal changed the title Date pipe adds 2 hours to iso 8601 formatted date string in chrome Date pipe adds 2 hours to iso 8601 formatted date string in chrome and safari Jun 27, 2017

ocombe added a commit to ocombe/angular that referenced this issue Jun 28, 2017

feat(core): remove dependency to intl API
BREAKING CHANGE: all i18n pipes have been updated to not require the intl API anymore. Some results might vary, see the document to update from v4 to v5 for more information.

Fixes angular#10809, angular#9524, angular#7008, angular#9324, angular#7590, angular#6724, angular#3429, angular#17576, angular#17478, angular#17319, angular#17200, angular#16838, angular#16624, angular#16625, angular#16591, angular#14131, angular#12632, angular#11376, angular#11187

ocombe added a commit to ocombe/angular that referenced this issue Jun 28, 2017

feat(core): remove dependency to intl API
BREAKING CHANGE: all i18n pipes have been updated to not require the intl API anymore. Some results might vary, see the document to update from v4 to v5 for more information.

Fixes angular#10809, angular#9524, angular#7008, angular#9324, angular#7590, angular#6724, angular#3429, angular#17576, angular#17478, angular#17319, angular#17200, angular#16838, angular#16624, angular#16625, angular#16591, angular#14131, angular#12632, angular#11376, angular#11187

ocombe added a commit to ocombe/angular that referenced this issue Jun 28, 2017

feat(core): remove dependency to intl API
BREAKING CHANGE: all i18n pipes have been updated to not require the intl API anymore. Some results might vary, see the document to update from v4 to v5 for more information.

Fixes angular#10809, angular#9524, angular#7008, angular#9324, angular#7590, angular#6724, angular#3429, angular#17576, angular#17478, angular#17319, angular#17200, angular#16838, angular#16624, angular#16625, angular#16591, angular#14131, angular#12632, angular#11376, angular#11187

ocombe added a commit to ocombe/angular that referenced this issue Jun 28, 2017

feat(core): remove dependency to intl API
BREAKING CHANGE: all i18n pipes have been updated to not require the intl API anymore. Some results might vary, see the document to update from v4 to v5 for more information.

Fixes angular#10809, angular#9524, angular#7008, angular#9324, angular#7590, angular#6724, angular#3429, angular#17576, angular#17478, angular#17319, angular#17200, angular#16838, angular#16624, angular#16625, angular#16591, angular#14131, angular#12632, angular#11376, angular#11187

ocombe added a commit to ocombe/angular that referenced this issue Jun 28, 2017

feat(core): remove dependency to intl API
BREAKING CHANGE: all i18n pipes have been updated to not require the intl API anymore. Some results might vary, see the document to update from v4 to v5 for more information.

Fixes angular#10809, angular#9524, angular#7008, angular#9324, angular#7590, angular#6724, angular#3429, angular#17576, angular#17478, angular#17319, angular#17200, angular#16838, angular#16624, angular#16625, angular#16591, angular#14131, angular#12632, angular#11376, angular#11187

ocombe added a commit to ocombe/angular that referenced this issue Jun 28, 2017

feat(core): remove dependency to intl API
BREAKING CHANGE: all i18n pipes have been updated to not require the intl API anymore. Some results might vary, see the document to update from v4 to v5 for more information.

Fixes angular#10809, angular#9524, angular#7008, angular#9324, angular#7590, angular#6724, angular#3429, angular#17576, angular#17478, angular#17319, angular#17200, angular#16838, angular#16624, angular#16625, angular#16591, angular#14131, angular#12632, angular#11376, angular#11187

ocombe added a commit to ocombe/angular that referenced this issue Jun 29, 2017

feat(core): remove dependency to intl API
BREAKING CHANGE: all i18n pipes have been updated to not require the intl API anymore. Some results might vary, see the document to update from v4 to v5 for more information.

Fixes angular#10809, angular#9524, angular#7008, angular#9324, angular#7590, angular#6724, angular#3429, angular#17576, angular#17478, angular#17319, angular#17200, angular#16838, angular#16624, angular#16625, angular#16591, angular#14131, angular#12632, angular#11376, angular#11187

ocombe added a commit to ocombe/angular that referenced this issue Jun 29, 2017

feat(core): remove dependency to intl API
BREAKING CHANGE: all i18n pipes have been updated to not require the intl API anymore. Some results might vary, see the document to update from v4 to v5 for more information.

Fixes angular#10809, angular#9524, angular#7008, angular#9324, angular#7590, angular#6724, angular#3429, angular#17576, angular#17478, angular#17319, angular#17200, angular#16838, angular#16624, angular#16625, angular#16591, angular#14131, angular#12632, angular#11376, angular#11187

ocombe added a commit to ocombe/angular that referenced this issue Jun 30, 2017

feat(core): remove dependency to intl API
BREAKING CHANGE: all i18n pipes have been updated to not require the intl API anymore. Some results might vary, see the document to update from v4 to v5 for more information.

Fixes angular#10809, angular#9524, angular#7008, angular#9324, angular#7590, angular#6724, angular#3429, angular#17576, angular#17478, angular#17319, angular#17200, angular#16838, angular#16624, angular#16625, angular#16591, angular#14131, angular#12632, angular#11376, angular#11187

ocombe added a commit to ocombe/angular that referenced this issue Jul 19, 2017

feat(core): remove dependency to intl API
BREAKING CHANGE: all i18n pipes have been updated to not require the intl API anymore. Some results might vary, see the document to update from v4 to v5 for more information.

Fixes angular#10809, angular#9524, angular#7008, angular#9324, angular#7590, angular#6724, angular#3429, angular#17576, angular#17478, angular#17319, angular#17200, angular#16838, angular#16624, angular#16625, angular#16591, angular#14131, angular#12632, angular#11376, angular#11187

ocombe added a commit to ocombe/angular that referenced this issue Jul 20, 2017

feat(core): remove dependency to intl API
BREAKING CHANGE: all i18n pipes have been updated to not require the intl API anymore. Some results might vary, see the document to update from v4 to v5 for more information.

Fixes angular#10809, angular#9524, angular#7008, angular#9324, angular#7590, angular#6724, angular#3429, angular#17576, angular#17478, angular#17319, angular#17200, angular#16838, angular#16624, angular#16625, angular#16591, angular#14131, angular#12632, angular#11376, angular#11187

ocombe added a commit to ocombe/angular that referenced this issue Jul 20, 2017

feat(core): remove dependency to intl API
BREAKING CHANGE: all i18n pipes have been updated to not require the intl API anymore. Some results might vary, see the document to update from v4 to v5 for more information.

Fixes angular#10809, angular#9524, angular#7008, angular#9324, angular#7590, angular#6724, angular#3429, angular#17576, angular#17478, angular#17319, angular#17200, angular#16838, angular#16624, angular#16625, angular#16591, angular#14131, angular#12632, angular#11376, angular#11187

ocombe added a commit to ocombe/angular that referenced this issue Jul 20, 2017

feat(core): remove dependency to intl API
BREAKING CHANGE: all i18n pipes have been updated to not require the intl API anymore. Some results might vary, see the document to update from v4 to v5 for more information.

Fixes angular#10809, angular#9524, angular#7008, angular#9324, angular#7590, angular#6724, angular#3429, angular#17576, angular#17478, angular#17319, angular#17200, angular#16838, angular#16624, angular#16625, angular#16591, angular#14131, angular#12632, angular#11376, angular#11187

ocombe added a commit to ocombe/angular that referenced this issue Aug 16, 2017

feat(common): drop use of the Intl API to improve browser support
BREAKING CHANGE: Because of multiple bugs and browser inconsistencies, we have dropped the intl api in favor of data exported from the Unicode Common Locale Data Repository (CLDR).
Unfortunately we had to change the i18n pipes (date, number, currency, percent) and there are some breaking changes.

## I18n pipes
### Breaking change
By default Angular now only contains locale data for the language `en-US`, if you set the value of `LOCALE_ID` to another locale, you will have to import new locale data for this language because we don't use the intl API anymore. You can find out how to import those additional locales in the i18n guide.

### Features
- you don't need to use the intl polyfill anymore, you can safely remove it from your applications.
- all i18n pipes now have an additional last parameter `locale` which allows you to use a specific locale instead of the one defined in the token `LOCALE_ID` (whose value is `en-US` by default).
- the new locale data extracted from CLDR are now available to developers as well and can be used through an API (which should be especially useful for library authors).
- you can still use the old pipes for now, but their names have been changed and they are no longer included in the `CommonModule`. To use them, you will have to import the `DeprecatedI18NPipesModule` after the `CommonModule` (the order is important):

```ts
import { NgModule } from '@angular/core';
import { CommonModule, DeprecatedI18NPipesModule } from '@angular/common';
 
@NgModule({
  imports: [
    CommonModule,
    // import deprecated module after
    DeprecatedI18NPipesModule
  ]
})
export class AppModule { }
```

Dont forget that you will still need to import the intl API polyfill if you want to use those deprecated pipes.


## Date pipe
### Breaking changes
- predefined formats `short`, and `shortDate` now use a short year, e.g. `8/15/17` instead of `8/15/2017`.
- the narrow version of eras is now `GGGGG` instead of `G`, the format `G` is now similar to `GG` and `GGG`.
- the narrow version of months is now `MMMMM` instead of `L`, the format `L` is now the short standalone version of months.
- the narrow version of the week day is now `EEEEE` instead of `E`, the format `E` is now similar to `EE` and `EEE`.
- the timezone `z` will now fallback to `O` and output `GMT+1` instead of the complete zone name (e.g. `Pacific Standard Time`), this is because the quantity of data required to have all the zone names in all of the existing locales is too big.
- the timezone `Z` will now output the ISO8601 basic format, e.g. `+0100`, you should now use `ZZZZ` to get `GMT+01:00`.

| Field type | Format        | Example value         | v4 | v5            |
|------------|---------------|-----------------------|----|---------------|
| Eras       | Narrow        | A for AD              | G  | GGGGG         |
| Months     | Narrow        | S for September       | L  | MMMMM         |
| Week day   | Narrow        | M for Monday          | E  | EEEEE         |
| Timezone   | Long location | Pacific Standard Time | z  | Not available |
| Timezone   | Long GMT      | GMT+01:00             | Z  | ZZZZ          |

### Features
- new predefined formats `long`, `full`, `longTime`, `fullTime`.
- the format `yyy` is now supported, e.g. the year `52` will be `052` and the year `2017` will be `2017`.
- standalone months are now supported with the formats `L` to `LLLLL`.
- week of the year is now supported with the formats `w` and `ww`, e.g. weeks `5` and `05`.
- week of the month is now supported with the format `W`, e.g. week `3`.
- fractional seconds are now supported with the format `S` to `SSS`.
- day periods for AM/PM now supports additional formats `aa`, `aaa`, `aaaa` and `aaaaa`. The formats `a` to `aaa` are similar, while `aaaa` is the wide version if available (e.g. `ante meridiem` for `am`), or equivalent to `a` otherwise, and `aaaaa` is the narrow version (e.g. `a` for `am`).
- extra day periods are now supported with the formats `b` to `bbbbb` (and `B` to `BBBBB` for the standalone equivalents), e.g. `morning`, `noon`, `afternoon`, ....
- the short non-localized timezones are now available with the format `O` to `OOOO`. The formats `O` to `OOO` will output `GMT+1` while the format `OOOO` will be `GMT+01:00`.
- the ISO8601 basic time zones are now available with the formats `Z` to `ZZZZZ`. The formats `Z` to `ZZZ` will output `+0100`, while the format `ZZZZ` will be `GMT+01:00` and `ZZZZZ` will be `+01:00`.

### Bug fixes
- the date pipe will now work exactly the same across all browsers, which will fix a lot of bugs for safari and IE.
- eras can now be used on their own without the date, e.g. the format `GG` will be `AD` instead of `8 15, 2017 AD`.


## Currency pipe
### Breaking changes
- the second parameter of the currency pipe (`symbolDisplay`) is no longer a boolean, it now takes the values `code`, `symbol` or `symbol-narrow`.
- the default value for `symbolDisplay` is now `symbol` instead of `code`. This means that by default you will see `$4.99` for `en-US` instead of `USD4.99` previously.

### Features
- you can now choose between `code`, `symbol` or `symbol-narrow` which gives you access to more options for some currencies (e.g. the canadian dollar with the code `CAD` has the symbol `CA$` and the symbol-narrow `$`).


## Percent pipe
### Breaking change
- if you don't specify the number of digits to round to, the local format will be used (and it usually rounds numbers to 0 digits, instead of not rounding previously), e.g. `{{ 3.141592 | percent }}` will output `314%` for the locale `en-US` instead of `314.1592%` previously.

-----

Fixes angular#10809, angular#9524, angular#7008, angular#9324, angular#7590, angular#6724, angular#3429, angular#17576, angular#17478, angular#17319, angular#17200, angular#16838, angular#16624, angular#16625, angular#16591, angular#14131, angular#12632, angular#11376, angular#11187

ocombe added a commit to ocombe/angular that referenced this issue Aug 16, 2017

feat(common): drop use of the Intl API to improve browser support
BREAKING CHANGE: Because of multiple bugs and browser inconsistencies, we have dropped the intl api in favor of data exported from the Unicode Common Locale Data Repository (CLDR).
Unfortunately we had to change the i18n pipes (date, number, currency, percent) and there are some breaking changes.

## I18n pipes
### Breaking change
By default Angular now only contains locale data for the language `en-US`, if you set the value of `LOCALE_ID` to another locale, you will have to import new locale data for this language because we don't use the intl API anymore.

### Features
- angular doesn't need the intl polyfill anymore
- all i18n pipes now have an additional last parameter `locale` which allows you to use a specific locale instead of the one defined in the token `LOCALE_ID` (whose value is `en-US` by default).
- the new locale data extracted from CLDR are now available to developers as well and can be used through an API (which should be especially useful for library authors).
- you can still use the old pipes for now, but their names have been changed and they are no longer included in the `CommonModule`. To use them, you will have to import the `DeprecatedI18NPipesModule` after the `CommonModule` (the order is important):

```ts
import { NgModule } from '@angular/core';
import { CommonModule, DeprecatedI18NPipesModule } from '@angular/common';
 
@NgModule({
  imports: [
    CommonModule,
    // import deprecated module after
    DeprecatedI18NPipesModule
  ]
})
export class AppModule { }
```

Dont forget that you will still need to import the intl API polyfill if you want to use those deprecated pipes.


## Date pipe
### Breaking changes
- predefined formats `short`, and `shortDate` now use a short year, e.g. `8/15/17` instead of `8/15/2017`.
- the narrow version of eras is now `GGGGG` instead of `G`, the format `G` is now similar to `GG` and `GGG`.
- the narrow version of months is now `MMMMM` instead of `L`, the format `L` is now the short standalone version of months.
- the narrow version of the week day is now `EEEEE` instead of `E`, the format `E` is now similar to `EE` and `EEE`.
- the timezone `z` will now fallback to `O` and output `GMT+1` instead of the complete zone name (e.g. `Pacific Standard Time`), this is because the quantity of data required to have all the zone names in all of the existing locales is too big.
- the timezone `Z` will now output the ISO8601 basic format, e.g. `+0100`, you should now use `ZZZZ` to get `GMT+01:00`.

| Field type | Format        | Example value         | v4 | v5            |
|------------|---------------|-----------------------|----|---------------|
| Eras       | Narrow        | A for AD              | G  | GGGGG         |
| Months     | Narrow        | S for September       | L  | MMMMM         |
| Week day   | Narrow        | M for Monday          | E  | EEEEE         |
| Timezone   | Long location | Pacific Standard Time | z  | Not available |
| Timezone   | Long GMT      | GMT+01:00             | Z  | ZZZZ          |

### Features
- new predefined formats `long`, `full`, `longTime`, `fullTime`.
- the format `yyy` is now supported, e.g. the year `52` will be `052` and the year `2017` will be `2017`.
- standalone months are now supported with the formats `L` to `LLLLL`.
- week of the year is now supported with the formats `w` and `ww`, e.g. weeks `5` and `05`.
- week of the month is now supported with the format `W`, e.g. week `3`.
- fractional seconds are now supported with the format `S` to `SSS`.
- day periods for AM/PM now supports additional formats `aa`, `aaa`, `aaaa` and `aaaaa`. The formats `a` to `aaa` are similar, while `aaaa` is the wide version if available (e.g. `ante meridiem` for `am`), or equivalent to `a` otherwise, and `aaaaa` is the narrow version (e.g. `a` for `am`).
- extra day periods are now supported with the formats `b` to `bbbbb` (and `B` to `BBBBB` for the standalone equivalents), e.g. `morning`, `noon`, `afternoon`, ....
- the short non-localized timezones are now available with the format `O` to `OOOO`. The formats `O` to `OOO` will output `GMT+1` while the format `OOOO` will be `GMT+01:00`.
- the ISO8601 basic time zones are now available with the formats `Z` to `ZZZZZ`. The formats `Z` to `ZZZ` will output `+0100`, while the format `ZZZZ` will be `GMT+01:00` and `ZZZZZ` will be `+01:00`.

### Bug fixes
- the date pipe will now work exactly the same across all browsers, which will fix a lot of bugs for safari and IE.
- eras can now be used on their own without the date, e.g. the format `GG` will be `AD` instead of `8 15, 2017 AD`.


## Currency pipe
### Breaking changes
- the second parameter of the currency pipe (`symbolDisplay`) is no longer a boolean, it now takes the values `code`, `symbol` or `symbol-narrow`.
- the default value for `symbolDisplay` is now `symbol` instead of `code`. This means that by default you will see `$4.99` for `en-US` instead of `USD4.99` previously.

### Features
- you can now choose between `code`, `symbol` or `symbol-narrow` which gives you access to more options for some currencies (e.g. the canadian dollar with the code `CAD` has the symbol `CA$` and the symbol-narrow `$`).


## Percent pipe
### Breaking change
- if you don't specify the number of digits to round to, the local format will be used (and it usually rounds numbers to 0 digits, instead of not rounding previously), e.g. `{{ 3.141592 | percent }}` will output `314%` for the locale `en-US` instead of `314.1592%` previously.

-----

Fixes angular#10809, angular#9524, angular#7008, angular#9324, angular#7590, angular#6724, angular#3429, angular#17576, angular#17478, angular#17319, angular#17200, angular#16838, angular#16624, angular#16625, angular#16591, angular#14131, angular#12632, angular#11376, angular#11187

ocombe added a commit to ocombe/angular that referenced this issue Aug 17, 2017

feat(common): drop use of the Intl API to improve browser support
BREAKING CHANGE: Because of multiple bugs and browser inconsistencies, we have dropped the intl api in favor of data exported from the Unicode Common Locale Data Repository (CLDR).
Unfortunately we had to change the i18n pipes (date, number, currency, percent) and there are some breaking changes.

## I18n pipes
### Breaking change
By default Angular now only contains locale data for the language `en-US`, if you set the value of `LOCALE_ID` to another locale, you will have to import new locale data for this language because we don't use the intl API anymore.

### Features
- angular doesn't need the intl polyfill anymore
- all i18n pipes now have an additional last parameter `locale` which allows you to use a specific locale instead of the one defined in the token `LOCALE_ID` (whose value is `en-US` by default).
- the new locale data extracted from CLDR are now available to developers as well and can be used through an API (which should be especially useful for library authors).
- you can still use the old pipes for now, but their names have been changed and they are no longer included in the `CommonModule`. To use them, you will have to import the `DeprecatedI18NPipesModule` after the `CommonModule` (the order is important):

```ts
import { NgModule } from '@angular/core';
import { CommonModule, DeprecatedI18NPipesModule } from '@angular/common';
 
@NgModule({
  imports: [
    CommonModule,
    // import deprecated module after
    DeprecatedI18NPipesModule
  ]
})
export class AppModule { }
```

Dont forget that you will still need to import the intl API polyfill if you want to use those deprecated pipes.


## Date pipe
### Breaking changes
- predefined formats `short`, and `shortDate` now use a short year, e.g. `8/15/17` instead of `8/15/2017`.
- the narrow version of eras is now `GGGGG` instead of `G`, the format `G` is now similar to `GG` and `GGG`.
- the narrow version of months is now `MMMMM` instead of `L`, the format `L` is now the short standalone version of months.
- the narrow version of the week day is now `EEEEE` instead of `E`, the format `E` is now similar to `EE` and `EEE`.
- the timezone `z` will now fallback to `O` and output `GMT+1` instead of the complete zone name (e.g. `Pacific Standard Time`), this is because the quantity of data required to have all the zone names in all of the existing locales is too big.
- the timezone `Z` will now output the ISO8601 basic format, e.g. `+0100`, you should now use `ZZZZ` to get `GMT+01:00`.

| Field type | Format        | Example value         | v4 | v5            |
|------------|---------------|-----------------------|----|---------------|
| Eras       | Narrow        | A for AD              | G  | GGGGG         |
| Months     | Narrow        | S for September       | L  | MMMMM         |
| Week day   | Narrow        | M for Monday          | E  | EEEEE         |
| Timezone   | Long location | Pacific Standard Time | z  | Not available |
| Timezone   | Long GMT      | GMT+01:00             | Z  | ZZZZ          |

### Features
- new predefined formats `long`, `full`, `longTime`, `fullTime`.
- the format `yyy` is now supported, e.g. the year `52` will be `052` and the year `2017` will be `2017`.
- standalone months are now supported with the formats `L` to `LLLLL`.
- week of the year is now supported with the formats `w` and `ww`, e.g. weeks `5` and `05`.
- week of the month is now supported with the format `W`, e.g. week `3`.
- fractional seconds are now supported with the format `S` to `SSS`.
- day periods for AM/PM now supports additional formats `aa`, `aaa`, `aaaa` and `aaaaa`. The formats `a` to `aaa` are similar, while `aaaa` is the wide version if available (e.g. `ante meridiem` for `am`), or equivalent to `a` otherwise, and `aaaaa` is the narrow version (e.g. `a` for `am`).
- extra day periods are now supported with the formats `b` to `bbbbb` (and `B` to `BBBBB` for the standalone equivalents), e.g. `morning`, `noon`, `afternoon`, ....
- the short non-localized timezones are now available with the format `O` to `OOOO`. The formats `O` to `OOO` will output `GMT+1` while the format `OOOO` will be `GMT+01:00`.
- the ISO8601 basic time zones are now available with the formats `Z` to `ZZZZZ`. The formats `Z` to `ZZZ` will output `+0100`, while the format `ZZZZ` will be `GMT+01:00` and `ZZZZZ` will be `+01:00`.

### Bug fixes
- the date pipe will now work exactly the same across all browsers, which will fix a lot of bugs for safari and IE.
- eras can now be used on their own without the date, e.g. the format `GG` will be `AD` instead of `8 15, 2017 AD`.


## Currency pipe
### Breaking changes
- the second parameter of the currency pipe (`symbolDisplay`) is no longer a boolean, it now takes the values `code`, `symbol` or `symbol-narrow`.
- the default value for `symbolDisplay` is now `symbol` instead of `code`. This means that by default you will see `$4.99` for `en-US` instead of `USD4.99` previously.

### Features
- you can now choose between `code`, `symbol` or `symbol-narrow` which gives you access to more options for some currencies (e.g. the canadian dollar with the code `CAD` has the symbol `CA$` and the symbol-narrow `$`).


## Percent pipe
### Breaking change
- if you don't specify the number of digits to round to, the local format will be used (and it usually rounds numbers to 0 digits, instead of not rounding previously), e.g. `{{ 3.141592 | percent }}` will output `314%` for the locale `en-US` instead of `314.1592%` previously.

-----

Fixes angular#10809, angular#9524, angular#7008, angular#9324, angular#7590, angular#6724, angular#3429, angular#17576, angular#17478, angular#17319, angular#17200, angular#16838, angular#16624, angular#16625, angular#16591, angular#14131, angular#12632, angular#11376, angular#11187

ocombe added a commit to ocombe/angular that referenced this issue Aug 17, 2017

feat(common): drop use of the Intl API to improve browser support
BREAKING CHANGE: Because of multiple bugs and browser inconsistencies, we have dropped the intl api in favor of data exported from the Unicode Common Locale Data Repository (CLDR).
Unfortunately we had to change the i18n pipes (date, number, currency, percent) and there are some breaking changes.

By default Angular now only contains locale data for the language `en-US`, if you set the value of `LOCALE_ID` to another locale, you will have to import new locale data for this language because we don't use the intl API anymore.

- angular doesn't need the intl polyfill anymore
- all i18n pipes now have an additional last parameter `locale` which allows you to use a specific locale instead of the one defined in the token `LOCALE_ID` (whose value is `en-US` by default).
- the new locale data extracted from CLDR are now available to developers as well and can be used through an API (which should be especially useful for library authors).
- you can still use the old pipes for now, but their names have been changed and they are no longer included in the `CommonModule`. To use them, you will have to import the `DeprecatedI18NPipesModule` after the `CommonModule` (the order is important):

```ts
import { NgModule } from '@angular/core';
import { CommonModule, DeprecatedI18NPipesModule } from '@angular/common';

@NgModule({
  imports: [
    CommonModule,
    // import deprecated module after
    DeprecatedI18NPipesModule
  ]
})
export class AppModule { }
```

Dont forget that you will still need to import the intl API polyfill if you want to use those deprecated pipes.

- predefined formats `short`, and `shortDate` now use a short year, e.g. `8/15/17` instead of `8/15/2017`.
- the narrow version of eras is now `GGGGG` instead of `G`, the format `G` is now similar to `GG` and `GGG`.
- the narrow version of months is now `MMMMM` instead of `L`, the format `L` is now the short standalone version of months.
- the narrow version of the week day is now `EEEEE` instead of `E`, the format `E` is now similar to `EE` and `EEE`.
- the timezone `z` will now fallback to `O` and output `GMT+1` instead of the complete zone name (e.g. `Pacific Standard Time`), this is because the quantity of data required to have all the zone names in all of the existing locales is too big.
- the timezone `Z` will now output the ISO8601 basic format, e.g. `+0100`, you should now use `ZZZZ` to get `GMT+01:00`.

| Field type | Format        | Example value         | v4 | v5            |
|------------|---------------|-----------------------|----|---------------|
| Eras       | Narrow        | A for AD              | G  | GGGGG         |
| Months     | Narrow        | S for September       | L  | MMMMM         |
| Week day   | Narrow        | M for Monday          | E  | EEEEE         |
| Timezone   | Long location | Pacific Standard Time | z  | Not available |
| Timezone   | Long GMT      | GMT+01:00             | Z  | ZZZZ          |

- new predefined formats `long`, `full`, `longTime`, `fullTime`.
- the format `yyy` is now supported, e.g. the year `52` will be `052` and the year `2017` will be `2017`.
- standalone months are now supported with the formats `L` to `LLLLL`.
- week of the year is now supported with the formats `w` and `ww`, e.g. weeks `5` and `05`.
- week of the month is now supported with the format `W`, e.g. week `3`.
- fractional seconds are now supported with the format `S` to `SSS`.
- day periods for AM/PM now supports additional formats `aa`, `aaa`, `aaaa` and `aaaaa`. The formats `a` to `aaa` are similar, while `aaaa` is the wide version if available (e.g. `ante meridiem` for `am`), or equivalent to `a` otherwise, and `aaaaa` is the narrow version (e.g. `a` for `am`).
- extra day periods are now supported with the formats `b` to `bbbbb` (and `B` to `BBBBB` for the standalone equivalents), e.g. `morning`, `noon`, `afternoon`, ....
- the short non-localized timezones are now available with the format `O` to `OOOO`. The formats `O` to `OOO` will output `GMT+1` while the format `OOOO` will be `GMT+01:00`.
- the ISO8601 basic time zones are now available with the formats `Z` to `ZZZZZ`. The formats `Z` to `ZZZ` will output `+0100`, while the format `ZZZZ` will be `GMT+01:00` and `ZZZZZ` will be `+01:00`.

- the date pipe will now work exactly the same across all browsers, which will fix a lot of bugs for safari and IE.
- eras can now be used on their own without the date, e.g. the format `GG` will be `AD` instead of `8 15, 2017 AD`.

- the second parameter of the currency pipe (`symbolDisplay`) is no longer a boolean, it now takes the values `code`, `symbol` or `symbol-narrow`.
- the default value for `symbolDisplay` is now `symbol` instead of `code`. This means that by default you will see `$4.99` for `en-US` instead of `USD4.99` previously.

- you can now choose between `code`, `symbol` or `symbol-narrow` which gives you access to more options for some currencies (e.g. the canadian dollar with the code `CAD` has the symbol `CA$` and the symbol-narrow `$`).

- if you don't specify the number of digits to round to, the local format will be used (and it usually rounds numbers to 0 digits, instead of not rounding previously), e.g. `{{ 3.141592 | percent }}` will output `314%` for the locale `en-US` instead of `314.1592%` previously.

-----

Fixes angular#10809, angular#9524, angular#7008, angular#9324, angular#7590, angular#6724, angular#3429, angular#17576, angular#17478, angular#17319, angular#17200, angular#16838, angular#16624, angular#16625, angular#16591, angular#14131, angular#12632, angular#11376, angular#11187

ocombe added a commit to ocombe/angular that referenced this issue Aug 17, 2017

feat(common): drop use of the Intl API to improve browser support
BREAKING CHANGE: Because of multiple bugs and browser inconsistencies, we have dropped the intl api in favor of data exported from the Unicode Common Locale Data Repository (CLDR).
Unfortunately we had to change the i18n pipes (date, number, currency, percent) and there are some breaking changes.

By default Angular now only contains locale data for the language `en-US`, if you set the value of `LOCALE_ID` to another locale, you will have to import new locale data for this language because we don't use the intl API anymore.

- angular doesn't need the intl polyfill anymore
- all i18n pipes now have an additional last parameter `locale` which allows you to use a specific locale instead of the one defined in the token `LOCALE_ID` (whose value is `en-US` by default).
- the new locale data extracted from CLDR are now available to developers as well and can be used through an API (which should be especially useful for library authors).
- you can still use the old pipes for now, but their names have been changed and they are no longer included in the `CommonModule`. To use them, you will have to import the `DeprecatedI18NPipesModule` after the `CommonModule` (the order is important):

```ts
import { NgModule } from '@angular/core';
import { CommonModule, DeprecatedI18NPipesModule } from '@angular/common';

@NgModule({
  imports: [
    CommonModule,
    // import deprecated module after
    DeprecatedI18NPipesModule
  ]
})
export class AppModule { }
```

Dont forget that you will still need to import the intl API polyfill if you want to use those deprecated pipes.

- predefined formats `short`, and `shortDate` now use a short year, e.g. `8/15/17` instead of `8/15/2017`.
- the narrow version of eras is now `GGGGG` instead of `G`, the format `G` is now similar to `GG` and `GGG`.
- the narrow version of months is now `MMMMM` instead of `L`, the format `L` is now the short standalone version of months.
- the narrow version of the week day is now `EEEEE` instead of `E`, the format `E` is now similar to `EE` and `EEE`.
- the timezone `z` will now fallback to `O` and output `GMT+1` instead of the complete zone name (e.g. `Pacific Standard Time`), this is because the quantity of data required to have all the zone names in all of the existing locales is too big.
- the timezone `Z` will now output the ISO8601 basic format, e.g. `+0100`, you should now use `ZZZZ` to get `GMT+01:00`.

| Field type | Format        | Example value         | v4 | v5            |
|------------|---------------|-----------------------|----|---------------|
| Eras       | Narrow        | A for AD              | G  | GGGGG         |
| Months     | Narrow        | S for September       | L  | MMMMM         |
| Week day   | Narrow        | M for Monday          | E  | EEEEE         |
| Timezone   | Long location | Pacific Standard Time | z  | Not available |
| Timezone   | Long GMT      | GMT+01:00             | Z  | ZZZZ          |

- new predefined formats `long`, `full`, `longTime`, `fullTime`.
- the format `yyy` is now supported, e.g. the year `52` will be `052` and the year `2017` will be `2017`.
- standalone months are now supported with the formats `L` to `LLLLL`.
- week of the year is now supported with the formats `w` and `ww`, e.g. weeks `5` and `05`.
- week of the month is now supported with the format `W`, e.g. week `3`.
- fractional seconds are now supported with the format `S` to `SSS`.
- day periods for AM/PM now supports additional formats `aa`, `aaa`, `aaaa` and `aaaaa`. The formats `a` to `aaa` are similar, while `aaaa` is the wide version if available (e.g. `ante meridiem` for `am`), or equivalent to `a` otherwise, and `aaaaa` is the narrow version (e.g. `a` for `am`).
- extra day periods are now supported with the formats `b` to `bbbbb` (and `B` to `BBBBB` for the standalone equivalents), e.g. `morning`, `noon`, `afternoon`, ....
- the short non-localized timezones are now available with the format `O` to `OOOO`. The formats `O` to `OOO` will output `GMT+1` while the format `OOOO` will be `GMT+01:00`.
- the ISO8601 basic time zones are now available with the formats `Z` to `ZZZZZ`. The formats `Z` to `ZZZ` will output `+0100`, while the format `ZZZZ` will be `GMT+01:00` and `ZZZZZ` will be `+01:00`.

- the date pipe will now work exactly the same across all browsers, which will fix a lot of bugs for safari and IE.
- eras can now be used on their own without the date, e.g. the format `GG` will be `AD` instead of `8 15, 2017 AD`.

- the second parameter of the currency pipe (`symbolDisplay`) is no longer a boolean, it now takes the values `code`, `symbol` or `symbol-narrow`.
- the default value for `symbolDisplay` is now `symbol` instead of `code`. This means that by default you will see `$4.99` for `en-US` instead of `USD4.99` previously.

- you can now choose between `code`, `symbol` or `symbol-narrow` which gives you access to more options for some currencies (e.g. the canadian dollar with the code `CAD` has the symbol `CA$` and the symbol-narrow `$`).

- if you don't specify the number of digits to round to, the local format will be used (and it usually rounds numbers to 0 digits, instead of not rounding previously), e.g. `{{ 3.141592 | percent }}` will output `314%` for the locale `en-US` instead of `314.1592%` previously.

-----

Fixes angular#10809, angular#9524, angular#7008, angular#9324, angular#7590, angular#6724, angular#3429, angular#17576, angular#17478, angular#17319, angular#17200, angular#16838, angular#16624, angular#16625, angular#16591, angular#14131, angular#12632, angular#11376, angular#11187

ocombe added a commit to ocombe/angular that referenced this issue Aug 17, 2017

feat(common): drop use of the Intl API to improve browser support
BREAKING CHANGE: Because of multiple bugs and browser inconsistencies, we have dropped the intl api in favor of data exported from the Unicode Common Locale Data Repository (CLDR).
Unfortunately we had to change the i18n pipes (date, number, currency, percent) and there are some breaking changes.

By default Angular now only contains locale data for the language `en-US`, if you set the value of `LOCALE_ID` to another locale, you will have to import new locale data for this language because we don't use the intl API anymore.

- angular doesn't need the intl polyfill anymore
- all i18n pipes now have an additional last parameter `locale` which allows you to use a specific locale instead of the one defined in the token `LOCALE_ID` (whose value is `en-US` by default).
- the new locale data extracted from CLDR are now available to developers as well and can be used through an API (which should be especially useful for library authors).
- you can still use the old pipes for now, but their names have been changed and they are no longer included in the `CommonModule`. To use them, you will have to import the `DeprecatedI18NPipesModule` after the `CommonModule` (the order is important):

```ts
import { NgModule } from '@angular/core';
import { CommonModule, DeprecatedI18NPipesModule } from '@angular/common';

@NgModule({
  imports: [
    CommonModule,
    // import deprecated module after
    DeprecatedI18NPipesModule
  ]
})
export class AppModule { }
```

Dont forget that you will still need to import the intl API polyfill if you want to use those deprecated pipes.

- predefined formats `short`, and `shortDate` now use a short year, e.g. `8/15/17` instead of `8/15/2017`.
- the narrow version of eras is now `GGGGG` instead of `G`, the format `G` is now similar to `GG` and `GGG`.
- the narrow version of months is now `MMMMM` instead of `L`, the format `L` is now the short standalone version of months.
- the narrow version of the week day is now `EEEEE` instead of `E`, the format `E` is now similar to `EE` and `EEE`.
- the timezone `z` will now fallback to `O` and output `GMT+1` instead of the complete zone name (e.g. `Pacific Standard Time`), this is because the quantity of data required to have all the zone names in all of the existing locales is too big.
- the timezone `Z` will now output the ISO8601 basic format, e.g. `+0100`, you should now use `ZZZZ` to get `GMT+01:00`.

| Field type | Format        | Example value         | v4 | v5            |
|------------|---------------|-----------------------|----|---------------|
| Eras       | Narrow        | A for AD              | G  | GGGGG         |
| Months     | Narrow        | S for September       | L  | MMMMM         |
| Week day   | Narrow        | M for Monday          | E  | EEEEE         |
| Timezone   | Long location | Pacific Standard Time | z  | Not available |
| Timezone   | Long GMT      | GMT+01:00             | Z  | ZZZZ          |

- new predefined formats `long`, `full`, `longTime`, `fullTime`.
- the format `yyy` is now supported, e.g. the year `52` will be `052` and the year `2017` will be `2017`.
- standalone months are now supported with the formats `L` to `LLLLL`.
- week of the year is now supported with the formats `w` and `ww`, e.g. weeks `5` and `05`.
- week of the month is now supported with the format `W`, e.g. week `3`.
- fractional seconds are now supported with the format `S` to `SSS`.
- day periods for AM/PM now supports additional formats `aa`, `aaa`, `aaaa` and `aaaaa`. The formats `a` to `aaa` are similar, while `aaaa` is the wide version if available (e.g. `ante meridiem` for `am`), or equivalent to `a` otherwise, and `aaaaa` is the narrow version (e.g. `a` for `am`).
- extra day periods are now supported with the formats `b` to `bbbbb` (and `B` to `BBBBB` for the standalone equivalents), e.g. `morning`, `noon`, `afternoon`, ....
- the short non-localized timezones are now available with the format `O` to `OOOO`. The formats `O` to `OOO` will output `GMT+1` while the format `OOOO` will be `GMT+01:00`.
- the ISO8601 basic time zones are now available with the formats `Z` to `ZZZZZ`. The formats `Z` to `ZZZ` will output `+0100`, while the format `ZZZZ` will be `GMT+01:00` and `ZZZZZ` will be `+01:00`.

- the date pipe will now work exactly the same across all browsers, which will fix a lot of bugs for safari and IE.
- eras can now be used on their own without the date, e.g. the format `GG` will be `AD` instead of `8 15, 2017 AD`.

- the second parameter of the currency pipe (`symbolDisplay`) is no longer a boolean, it now takes the values `code`, `symbol` or `symbol-narrow`.
- the default value for `symbolDisplay` is now `symbol` instead of `code`. This means that by default you will see `$4.99` for `en-US` instead of `USD4.99` previously.

- you can now choose between `code`, `symbol` or `symbol-narrow` which gives you access to more options for some currencies (e.g. the canadian dollar with the code `CAD` has the symbol `CA$` and the symbol-narrow `$`).

- if you don't specify the number of digits to round to, the local format will be used (and it usually rounds numbers to 0 digits, instead of not rounding previously), e.g. `{{ 3.141592 | percent }}` will output `314%` for the locale `en-US` instead of `314.1592%` previously.

-----

Fixes angular#10809, angular#9524, angular#7008, angular#9324, angular#7590, angular#6724, angular#3429, angular#17576, angular#17478, angular#17319, angular#17200, angular#16838, angular#16624, angular#16625, angular#16591, angular#14131, angular#12632, angular#11376, angular#11187

ocombe added a commit to ocombe/angular that referenced this issue Aug 17, 2017

feat(common): drop use of the Intl API to improve browser support
BREAKING CHANGE: Because of multiple bugs and browser inconsistencies, we have dropped the intl api in favor of data exported from the Unicode Common Locale Data Repository (CLDR).
Unfortunately we had to change the i18n pipes (date, number, currency, percent) and there are some breaking changes.

1. I18n pipes
* Breaking change:
  - By default Angular now only contains locale data for the language `en-US`, if you set the value of `LOCALE_ID` to another locale, you will have to import new locale data for this language because we don't use the intl API anymore. You can find out how to import those additional locales in the i18n guide.

* Features:
  - you don't need to use the intl polyfill anymore, you can safely remove it from your applications.
  - all i18n pipes now have an additional last parameter `locale` which allows you to use a specific locale instead of the one      defined in the token `LOCALE_ID` (whose value is `en-US` by default).
  - the new locale data extracted from CLDR are now available to developers as well and can be used through an API (which should be especially useful for library authors).
  - you can still use the old pipes for now, but their names have been changed and they are no longer included in the `CommonModule`. To use them, you will have to import the `DeprecatedI18NPipesModule` after the `CommonModule` (the order is important):

  ```ts
  import { NgModule } from '@angular/core';
  import { CommonModule, DeprecatedI18NPipesModule } from '@angular/common';

  @NgModule({
    imports: [
      CommonModule,
      // import deprecated module after
      DeprecatedI18NPipesModule
    ]
  })
  export class AppModule { }
  ```

  Dont forget that you will still need to import the intl API polyfill if you want to use those deprecated pipes.


2. Date pipe
* Breaking changes:
  - predefined formats `short`, and `shortDate` now use a short year, e.g. `8/15/17` instead of `8/15/2017`.
  - the narrow version of eras is now `GGGGG` instead of `G`, the format `G` is now similar to `GG` and `GGG`.
  - the narrow version of months is now `MMMMM` instead of `L`, the format `L` is now the short standalone version of months.
  - the narrow version of the week day is now `EEEEE` instead of `E`, the format `E` is now similar to `EE` and `EEE`.
  - the timezone `z` will now fallback to `O` and output `GMT+1` instead of the complete zone name (e.g. `Pacific Standard Time`), this is because the quantity of data required to have all the zone names in all of the existing locales is too big.
  - the timezone `Z` will now output the ISO8601 basic format, e.g. `+0100`, you should now use `ZZZZ` to get `GMT+01:00`.

  | Field type | Format        | Example value         | v4 | v5            |
  |------------|---------------|-----------------------|----|---------------|
  | Eras       | Narrow        | A for AD              | G  | GGGGG         |
  | Months     | Narrow        | S for September       | L  | MMMMM         |
  | Week day   | Narrow        | M for Monday          | E  | EEEEE         |
  | Timezone   | Long location | Pacific Standard Time | z  | Not available |
  | Timezone   | Long GMT      | GMT+01:00             | Z  | ZZZZ          |

* Features
  - new predefined formats `long`, `full`, `longTime`, `fullTime`.
  - the format `yyy` is now supported, e.g. the year `52` will be `052` and the year `2017` will be `2017`.
  - standalone months are now supported with the formats `L` to `LLLLL`.
  - week of the year is now supported with the formats `w` and `ww`, e.g. weeks `5` and `05`.
  - week of the month is now supported with the format `W`, e.g. week `3`.
  - fractional seconds are now supported with the format `S` to `SSS`.
  - day periods for AM/PM now supports additional formats `aa`, `aaa`, `aaaa` and `aaaaa`. The formats `a` to `aaa` are similar, while `aaaa` is the wide version if available (e.g. `ante meridiem` for `am`), or equivalent to `a` otherwise, and `aaaaa` is the narrow version (e.g. `a` for `am`).
  - extra day periods are now supported with the formats `b` to `bbbbb` (and `B` to `BBBBB` for the standalone equivalents), e.g. `morning`, `noon`, `afternoon`, ....
  - the short non-localized timezones are now available with the format `O` to `OOOO`. The formats `O` to `OOO` will output `GMT+1` while the format `OOOO` will be `GMT+01:00`.
  - the ISO8601 basic time zones are now available with the formats `Z` to `ZZZZZ`. The formats `Z` to `ZZZ` will output `+0100`, while the format `ZZZZ` will be `GMT+01:00` and `ZZZZZ` will be `+01:00`.

* Bug fixes
  - the date pipe will now work exactly the same across all browsers, which will fix a lot of bugs for safari and IE.
  - eras can now be used on their own without the date, e.g. the format `GG` will be `AD` instead of `8 15, 2017 AD`.


3. Currency pipe
* Breaking changes:
  - the second parameter of the currency pipe (`symbolDisplay`) is no longer a boolean, it now takes the values `code`, `symbol` or `symbol-narrow`.
  - the default value for `symbolDisplay` is now `symbol` instead of `code`. This means that by default you will see `$4.99` for `en-US` instead of `USD4.99` previously.

* Features:
  - you can now choose between `code`, `symbol` or `symbol-narrow` which gives you access to more options for some currencies (e.g. the canadian dollar with the code `CAD` has the symbol `CA$` and the symbol-narrow `$`).


4. Percent pipe
* Breaking change
  - if you don't specify the number of digits to round to, the local format will be used (and it usually rounds numbers to 0 digits, instead of not rounding previously), e.g. `{{ 3.141592 | percent }}` will output `314%` for the locale `en-US` instead of `314.1592%` previously.


Fixes angular#10809, angular#9524, angular#7008, angular#9324, angular#7590, angular#6724, angular#3429, angular#17576, angular#17478, angular#17319, angular#17200, angular#16838, angular#16624, angular#16625, angular#16591, angular#14131, angular#12632, angular#11376, angular#11187

ocombe added a commit to ocombe/angular that referenced this issue Aug 18, 2017

feat(common): drop use of the Intl API to improve browser support
BREAKING CHANGE: Because of multiple bugs and browser inconsistencies, we have dropped the intl api in favor of data exported from the Unicode Common Locale Data Repository (CLDR).
Unfortunately we had to change the i18n pipes (date, number, currency, percent) and there are some breaking changes.

1. I18n pipes
* Breaking change:
  - By default Angular now only contains locale data for the language `en-US`, if you set the value of `LOCALE_ID` to another locale, you will have to import new locale data for this language because we don't use the intl API anymore. You can find out how to import those additional locales in the i18n guide.

* Features:
  - you don't need to use the intl polyfill anymore, you can safely remove it from your applications.
  - all i18n pipes now have an additional last parameter `locale` which allows you to use a specific locale instead of the one      defined in the token `LOCALE_ID` (whose value is `en-US` by default).
  - the new locale data extracted from CLDR are now available to developers as well and can be used through an API (which should be especially useful for library authors).
  - you can still use the old pipes for now, but their names have been changed and they are no longer included in the `CommonModule`. To use them, you will have to import the `DeprecatedI18NPipesModule` after the `CommonModule` (the order is important):

  ```ts
  import { NgModule } from '@angular/core';
  import { CommonModule, DeprecatedI18NPipesModule } from '@angular/common';

  @NgModule({
    imports: [
      CommonModule,
      // import deprecated module after
      DeprecatedI18NPipesModule
    ]
  })
  export class AppModule { }
  ```

  Dont forget that you will still need to import the intl API polyfill if you want to use those deprecated pipes.


2. Date pipe
* Breaking changes:
  - predefined formats `short`, and `shortDate` now use a short year, e.g. `8/15/17` instead of `8/15/2017`.
  - the narrow version of eras is now `GGGGG` instead of `G`, the format `G` is now similar to `GG` and `GGG`.
  - the narrow version of months is now `MMMMM` instead of `L`, the format `L` is now the short standalone version of months.
  - the narrow version of the week day is now `EEEEE` instead of `E`, the format `E` is now similar to `EE` and `EEE`.
  - the timezone `z` will now fallback to `O` and output `GMT+1` instead of the complete zone name (e.g. `Pacific Standard Time`), this is because the quantity of data required to have all the zone names in all of the existing locales is too big.
  - the timezone `Z` will now output the ISO8601 basic format, e.g. `+0100`, you should now use `ZZZZ` to get `GMT+01:00`.

  | Field type | Format        | Example value         | v4 | v5            |
  |------------|---------------|-----------------------|----|---------------|
  | Eras       | Narrow        | A for AD              | G  | GGGGG         |
  | Months     | Narrow        | S for September       | L  | MMMMM         |
  | Week day   | Narrow        | M for Monday          | E  | EEEEE         |
  | Timezone   | Long location | Pacific Standard Time | z  | Not available |
  | Timezone   | Long GMT      | GMT+01:00             | Z  | ZZZZ          |

* Features
  - new predefined formats `long`, `full`, `longTime`, `fullTime`.
  - the format `yyy` is now supported, e.g. the year `52` will be `052` and the year `2017` will be `2017`.
  - standalone months are now supported with the formats `L` to `LLLLL`.
  - week of the year is now supported with the formats `w` and `ww`, e.g. weeks `5` and `05`.
  - week of the month is now supported with the format `W`, e.g. week `3`.
  - fractional seconds are now supported with the format `S` to `SSS`.
  - day periods for AM/PM now supports additional formats `aa`, `aaa`, `aaaa` and `aaaaa`. The formats `a` to `aaa` are similar, while `aaaa` is the wide version if available (e.g. `ante meridiem` for `am`), or equivalent to `a` otherwise, and `aaaaa` is the narrow version (e.g. `a` for `am`).
  - extra day periods are now supported with the formats `b` to `bbbbb` (and `B` to `BBBBB` for the standalone equivalents), e.g. `morning`, `noon`, `afternoon`, ....
  - the short non-localized timezones are now available with the format `O` to `OOOO`. The formats `O` to `OOO` will output `GMT+1` while the format `OOOO` will be `GMT+01:00`.
  - the ISO8601 basic time zones are now available with the formats `Z` to `ZZZZZ`. The formats `Z` to `ZZZ` will output `+0100`, while the format `ZZZZ` will be `GMT+01:00` and `ZZZZZ` will be `+01:00`.

* Bug fixes
  - the date pipe will now work exactly the same across all browsers, which will fix a lot of bugs for safari and IE.
  - eras can now be used on their own without the date, e.g. the format `GG` will be `AD` instead of `8 15, 2017 AD`.


3. Currency pipe
* Breaking changes:
  - the second parameter of the currency pipe (`symbolDisplay`) is no longer a boolean, it now takes the values `code`, `symbol` or `symbol-narrow`.
  - the default value for `symbolDisplay` is now `symbol` instead of `code`. This means that by default you will see `$4.99` for `en-US` instead of `USD4.99` previously.

* Features:
  - you can now choose between `code`, `symbol` or `symbol-narrow` which gives you access to more options for some currencies (e.g. the canadian dollar with the code `CAD` has the symbol `CA$` and the symbol-narrow `$`).


4. Percent pipe
* Breaking change
  - if you don't specify the number of digits to round to, the local format will be used (and it usually rounds numbers to 0 digits, instead of not rounding previously), e.g. `{{ 3.141592 | percent }}` will output `314%` for the locale `en-US` instead of `314.1592%` previously.


Fixes angular#10809, angular#9524, angular#7008, angular#9324, angular#7590, angular#6724, angular#3429, angular#17576, angular#17478, angular#17319, angular#17200, angular#16838, angular#16624, angular#16625, angular#16591, angular#14131, angular#12632, angular#11376, angular#11187

ocombe added a commit to ocombe/angular that referenced this issue Aug 21, 2017

feat(common): drop use of the Intl API to improve browser support
BREAKING CHANGE: Because of multiple bugs and browser inconsistencies, we have dropped the intl api in favor of data exported from the Unicode Common Locale Data Repository (CLDR).
Unfortunately we had to change the i18n pipes (date, number, currency, percent) and there are some breaking changes.

1. I18n pipes
* Breaking change:
  - By default Angular now only contains locale data for the language `en-US`, if you set the value of `LOCALE_ID` to another locale, you will have to import new locale data for this language because we don't use the intl API anymore.

* Features:
  - you don't need to use the intl polyfill for Angular anymore.
  - all i18n pipes now have an additional last parameter `locale` which allows you to use a specific locale instead of the one defined in the token `LOCALE_ID` (whose value is `en-US` by default).
  - the new locale data extracted from CLDR are now available to developers as well and can be used through an API (which should be especially useful for library authors).
  - you can still use the old pipes for now, but their names have been changed and they are no longer included in the `CommonModule`. To use them, you will have to import the `DeprecatedI18NPipesModule` after the `CommonModule` (the order is important):

  ```ts
  import { NgModule } from '@angular/core';
  import { CommonModule, DeprecatedI18NPipesModule } from '@angular/common';

  @NgModule({
    imports: [
      CommonModule,
      // import deprecated module after
      DeprecatedI18NPipesModule
    ]
  })
  export class AppModule { }
  ```

  Dont forget that you will still need to import the intl API polyfill if you want to use those deprecated pipes.


2. Date pipe
* Breaking changes:
  - predefined formats `short`, and `shortDate` now use a short year, e.g. `8/15/17` instead of `8/15/2017`.
  - the narrow version of eras is now `GGGGG` instead of `G`, the format `G` is now similar to `GG` and `GGG`.
  - the narrow version of months is now `MMMMM` instead of `L`, the format `L` is now the short standalone version of months.
  - the narrow version of the week day is now `EEEEE` instead of `E`, the format `E` is now similar to `EE` and `EEE`.
  - the timezone `z` will now fallback to `O` and output `GMT+1` instead of the complete zone name (e.g. `Pacific Standard Time`), this is because the quantity of data required to have all the zone names in all of the existing locales is too big.
  - the timezone `Z` will now output the ISO8601 basic format, e.g. `+0100`, you should now use `ZZZZ` to get `GMT+01:00`.

  | Field type | Format        | Example value         | v4 | v5            |
  |------------|---------------|-----------------------|----|---------------|
  | Eras       | Narrow        | A for AD              | G  | GGGGG         |
  | Months     | Narrow        | S for September       | L  | MMMMM         |
  | Week day   | Narrow        | M for Monday          | E  | EEEEE         |
  | Timezone   | Long location | Pacific Standard Time | z  | Not available |
  | Timezone   | Long GMT      | GMT+01:00             | Z  | ZZZZ          |

* Features
  - new predefined formats `long`, `full`, `longTime`, `fullTime`.
  - the format `yyy` is now supported, e.g. the year `52` will be `052` and the year `2017` will be `2017`.
  - standalone months are now supported with the formats `L` to `LLLLL`.
  - week of the year is now supported with the formats `w` and `ww`, e.g. weeks `5` and `05`.
  - week of the month is now supported with the format `W`, e.g. week `3`.
  - fractional seconds are now supported with the format `S` to `SSS`.
  - day periods for AM/PM now supports additional formats `aa`, `aaa`, `aaaa` and `aaaaa`. The formats `a` to `aaa` are similar, while `aaaa` is the wide version if available (e.g. `ante meridiem` for `am`), or equivalent to `a` otherwise, and `aaaaa` is the narrow version (e.g. `a` for `am`).
  - extra day periods are now supported with the formats `b` to `bbbbb` (and `B` to `BBBBB` for the standalone equivalents), e.g. `morning`, `noon`, `afternoon`, ....
  - the short non-localized timezones are now available with the format `O` to `OOOO`. The formats `O` to `OOO` will output `GMT+1` while the format `OOOO` will be `GMT+01:00`.
  - the ISO8601 basic time zones are now available with the formats `Z` to `ZZZZZ`. The formats `Z` to `ZZZ` will output `+0100`, while the format `ZZZZ` will be `GMT+01:00` and `ZZZZZ` will be `+01:00`.

* Bug fixes
  - the date pipe will now work exactly the same across all browsers, which will fix a lot of bugs for safari and IE.
  - eras can now be used on their own without the date, e.g. the format `GG` will be `AD` instead of `8 15, 2017 AD`.


3. Currency pipe
* Breaking changes:
  - the second parameter of the currency pipe (`symbolDisplay`) is no longer a boolean, it now takes the values `code`, `symbol` or `symbol-narrow`.
  - the default value for `symbolDisplay` is now `symbol` instead of `code`. This means that by default you will see `$4.99` for `en-US` instead of `USD4.99` previously.

* Features:
  - you can now choose between `code`, `symbol` or `symbol-narrow` which gives you access to more options for some currencies (e.g. the canadian dollar with the code `CAD` has the symbol `CA$` and the symbol-narrow `$`).


4. Percent pipe
* Breaking change
  - if you don't specify the number of digits to round to, the local format will be used (and it usually rounds numbers to 0 digits, instead of not rounding previously), e.g. `{{ 3.141592 | percent }}` will output `314%` for the locale `en-US` instead of `314.1592%` previously.


Fixes angular#10809, angular#9524, angular#7008, angular#9324, angular#7590, angular#6724, angular#3429, angular#17576, angular#17478, angular#17319, angular#17200, angular#16838, angular#16624, angular#16625, angular#16591, angular#14131, angular#12632, angular#11376, angular#11187

ocombe added a commit to ocombe/angular that referenced this issue Aug 21, 2017

feat(common): drop use of the Intl API to improve browser support
BREAKING CHANGE: Because of multiple bugs and browser inconsistencies, we have dropped the intl api in favor of data exported from the Unicode Common Locale Data Repository (CLDR).
Unfortunately we had to change the i18n pipes (date, number, currency, percent) and there are some breaking changes.

1. I18n pipes
* Breaking change:
  - By default Angular now only contains locale data for the language `en-US`, if you set the value of `LOCALE_ID` to another locale, you will have to import new locale data for this language because we don't use the intl API anymore.

* Features:
  - you don't need to use the intl polyfill for Angular anymore.
  - all i18n pipes now have an additional last parameter `locale` which allows you to use a specific locale instead of the one defined in the token `LOCALE_ID` (whose value is `en-US` by default).
  - the new locale data extracted from CLDR are now available to developers as well and can be used through an API (which should be especially useful for library authors).
  - you can still use the old pipes for now, but their names have been changed and they are no longer included in the `CommonModule`. To use them, you will have to import the `DeprecatedI18NPipesModule` after the `CommonModule` (the order is important):

  ```ts
  import { NgModule } from '@angular/core';
  import { CommonModule, DeprecatedI18NPipesModule } from '@angular/common';

  @NgModule({
    imports: [
      CommonModule,
      // import deprecated module after
      DeprecatedI18NPipesModule
    ]
  })
  export class AppModule { }
  ```

  Dont forget that you will still need to import the intl API polyfill if you want to use those deprecated pipes.


2. Date pipe
* Breaking changes:
  - predefined formats `short`, and `shortDate` now use a short year, e.g. `8/15/17` instead of `8/15/2017`.
  - the narrow version of eras is now `GGGGG` instead of `G`, the format `G` is now similar to `GG` and `GGG`.
  - the narrow version of months is now `MMMMM` instead of `L`, the format `L` is now the short standalone version of months.
  - the narrow version of the week day is now `EEEEE` instead of `E`, the format `E` is now similar to `EE` and `EEE`.
  - the timezone `z` will now fallback to `O` and output `GMT+1` instead of the complete zone name (e.g. `Pacific Standard Time`), this is because the quantity of data required to have all the zone names in all of the existing locales is too big.
  - the timezone `Z` will now output the ISO8601 basic format, e.g. `+0100`, you should now use `ZZZZ` to get `GMT+01:00`.

  | Field type | Format        | Example value         | v4 | v5            |
  |------------|---------------|-----------------------|----|---------------|
  | Eras       | Narrow        | A for AD              | G  | GGGGG         |
  | Months     | Narrow        | S for September       | L  | MMMMM         |
  | Week day   | Narrow        | M for Monday          | E  | EEEEE         |
  | Timezone   | Long location | Pacific Standard Time | z  | Not available |
  | Timezone   | Long GMT      | GMT+01:00             | Z  | ZZZZ          |

* Features
  - new predefined formats `long`, `full`, `longTime`, `fullTime`.
  - the format `yyy` is now supported, e.g. the year `52` will be `052` and the year `2017` will be `2017`.
  - standalone months are now supported with the formats `L` to `LLLLL`.
  - week of the year is now supported with the formats `w` and `ww`, e.g. weeks `5` and `05`.
  - week of the month is now supported with the format `W`, e.g. week `3`.
  - fractional seconds are now supported with the format `S` to `SSS`.
  - day periods for AM/PM now supports additional formats `aa`, `aaa`, `aaaa` and `aaaaa`. The formats `a` to `aaa` are similar, while `aaaa` is the wide version if available (e.g. `ante meridiem` for `am`), or equivalent to `a` otherwise, and `aaaaa` is the narrow version (e.g. `a` for `am`).
  - extra day periods are now supported with the formats `b` to `bbbbb` (and `B` to `BBBBB` for the standalone equivalents), e.g. `morning`, `noon`, `afternoon`, ....
  - the short non-localized timezones are now available with the format `O` to `OOOO`. The formats `O` to `OOO` will output `GMT+1` while the format `OOOO` will be `GMT+01:00`.
  - the ISO8601 basic time zones are now available with the formats `Z` to `ZZZZZ`. The formats `Z` to `ZZZ` will output `+0100`, while the format `ZZZZ` will be `GMT+01:00` and `ZZZZZ` will be `+01:00`.

* Bug fixes
  - the date pipe will now work exactly the same across all browsers, which will fix a lot of bugs for safari and IE.
  - eras can now be used on their own without the date, e.g. the format `GG` will be `AD` instead of `8 15, 2017 AD`.


3. Currency pipe
* Breaking changes:
  - the second parameter of the currency pipe (`symbolDisplay`) is no longer a boolean, it now takes the values `code`, `symbol` or `symbol-narrow`.
  - the default value for `symbolDisplay` is now `symbol` instead of `code`. This means that by default you will see `$4.99` for `en-US` instead of `USD4.99` previously.

* Features:
  - you can now choose between `code`, `symbol` or `symbol-narrow` which gives you access to more options for some currencies (e.g. the canadian dollar with the code `CAD` has the symbol `CA$` and the symbol-narrow `$`).


4. Percent pipe
* Breaking change
  - if you don't specify the number of digits to round to, the local format will be used (and it usually rounds numbers to 0 digits, instead of not rounding previously), e.g. `{{ 3.141592 | percent }}` will output `314%` for the locale `en-US` instead of `314.1592%` previously.


Fixes angular#10809, angular#9524, angular#7008, angular#9324, angular#7590, angular#6724, angular#3429, angular#17576, angular#17478, angular#17319, angular#17200, angular#16838, angular#16624, angular#16625, angular#16591, angular#14131, angular#12632, angular#11376, angular#11187

ocombe added a commit to ocombe/angular that referenced this issue Aug 21, 2017

feat(common): drop use of the Intl API to improve browser support
BREAKING CHANGE: Because of multiple bugs and browser inconsistencies, we have dropped the intl api in favor of data exported from the Unicode Common Locale Data Repository (CLDR).
Unfortunately we had to change the i18n pipes (date, number, currency, percent) and there are some breaking changes.

1. I18n pipes
* Breaking change:
  - By default Angular now only contains locale data for the language `en-US`, if you set the value of `LOCALE_ID` to another locale, you will have to import new locale data for this language because we don't use the intl API anymore.

* Features:
  - you don't need to use the intl polyfill for Angular anymore.
  - all i18n pipes now have an additional last parameter `locale` which allows you to use a specific locale instead of the one defined in the token `LOCALE_ID` (whose value is `en-US` by default).
  - the new locale data extracted from CLDR are now available to developers as well and can be used through an API (which should be especially useful for library authors).
  - you can still use the old pipes for now, but their names have been changed and they are no longer included in the `CommonModule`. To use them, you will have to import the `DeprecatedI18NPipesModule` after the `CommonModule` (the order is important):

  ```ts
  import { NgModule } from '@angular/core';
  import { CommonModule, DeprecatedI18NPipesModule } from '@angular/common';

  @NgModule({
    imports: [
      CommonModule,
      // import deprecated module after
      DeprecatedI18NPipesModule
    ]
  })
  export class AppModule { }
  ```

  Dont forget that you will still need to import the intl API polyfill if you want to use those deprecated pipes.


2. Date pipe
* Breaking changes:
  - predefined formats `short`, and `shortDate` now use a short year, e.g. `8/15/17` instead of `8/15/2017`.
  - the narrow version of eras is now `GGGGG` instead of `G`, the format `G` is now similar to `GG` and `GGG`.
  - the narrow version of months is now `MMMMM` instead of `L`, the format `L` is now the short standalone version of months.
  - the narrow version of the week day is now `EEEEE` instead of `E`, the format `E` is now similar to `EE` and `EEE`.
  - the timezone `z` will now fallback to `O` and output `GMT+1` instead of the complete zone name (e.g. `Pacific Standard Time`), this is because the quantity of data required to have all the zone names in all of the existing locales is too big.
  - the timezone `Z` will now output the ISO8601 basic format, e.g. `+0100`, you should now use `ZZZZ` to get `GMT+01:00`.

  | Field type | Format        | Example value         | v4 | v5            |
  |------------|---------------|-----------------------|----|---------------|
  | Eras       | Narrow        | A for AD              | G  | GGGGG         |
  | Months     | Narrow        | S for September       | L  | MMMMM         |
  | Week day   | Narrow        | M for Monday          | E  | EEEEE         |
  | Timezone   | Long location | Pacific Standard Time | z  | Not available |
  | Timezone   | Long GMT      | GMT+01:00             | Z  | ZZZZ          |

* Features
  - new predefined formats `long`, `full`, `longTime`, `fullTime`.
  - the format `yyy` is now supported, e.g. the year `52` will be `052` and the year `2017` will be `2017`.
  - standalone months are now supported with the formats `L` to `LLLLL`.
  - week of the year is now supported with the formats `w` and `ww`, e.g. weeks `5` and `05`.
  - week of the month is now supported with the format `W`, e.g. week `3`.
  - fractional seconds are now supported with the format `S` to `SSS`.
  - day periods for AM/PM now supports additional formats `aa`, `aaa`, `aaaa` and `aaaaa`. The formats `a` to `aaa` are similar, while `aaaa` is the wide version if available (e.g. `ante meridiem` for `am`), or equivalent to `a` otherwise, and `aaaaa` is the narrow version (e.g. `a` for `am`).
  - extra day periods are now supported with the formats `b` to `bbbbb` (and `B` to `BBBBB` for the standalone equivalents), e.g. `morning`, `noon`, `afternoon`, ....
  - the short non-localized timezones are now available with the format `O` to `OOOO`. The formats `O` to `OOO` will output `GMT+1` while the format `OOOO` will be `GMT+01:00`.
  - the ISO8601 basic time zones are now available with the formats `Z` to `ZZZZZ`. The formats `Z` to `ZZZ` will output `+0100`, while the format `ZZZZ` will be `GMT+01:00` and `ZZZZZ` will be `+01:00`.

* Bug fixes
  - the date pipe will now work exactly the same across all browsers, which will fix a lot of bugs for safari and IE.
  - eras can now be used on their own without the date, e.g. the format `GG` will be `AD` instead of `8 15, 2017 AD`.


3. Currency pipe
* Breaking changes:
  - the second parameter of the currency pipe (`symbolDisplay`) is no longer a boolean, it now takes the values `code`, `symbol` or `symbol-narrow`.
  - the default value for `symbolDisplay` is now `symbol` instead of `code`. This means that by default you will see `$4.99` for `en-US` instead of `USD4.99` previously.

* Features:
  - you can now choose between `code`, `symbol` or `symbol-narrow` which gives you access to more options for some currencies (e.g. the canadian dollar with the code `CAD` has the symbol `CA$` and the symbol-narrow `$`).


4. Percent pipe
* Breaking change
  - if you don't specify the number of digits to round to, the local format will be used (and it usually rounds numbers to 0 digits, instead of not rounding previously), e.g. `{{ 3.141592 | percent }}` will output `314%` for the locale `en-US` instead of `314.1592%` previously.


Fixes angular#10809, angular#9524, angular#7008, angular#9324, angular#7590, angular#6724, angular#3429, angular#17576, angular#17478, angular#17319, angular#17200, angular#16838, angular#16624, angular#16625, angular#16591, angular#14131, angular#12632, angular#11376, angular#11187

ocombe added a commit to ocombe/angular that referenced this issue Aug 21, 2017

feat(common): drop use of the Intl API to improve browser support
BREAKING CHANGE: Because of multiple bugs and browser inconsistencies, we have dropped the intl api in favor of data exported from the Unicode Common Locale Data Repository (CLDR).
Unfortunately we had to change the i18n pipes (date, number, currency, percent) and there are some breaking changes.

1. I18n pipes
* Breaking change:
  - By default Angular now only contains locale data for the language `en-US`, if you set the value of `LOCALE_ID` to another locale, you will have to import new locale data for this language because we don't use the intl API anymore.

* Features:
  - you don't need to use the intl polyfill for Angular anymore.
  - all i18n pipes now have an additional last parameter `locale` which allows you to use a specific locale instead of the one defined in the token `LOCALE_ID` (whose value is `en-US` by default).
  - the new locale data extracted from CLDR are now available to developers as well and can be used through an API (which should be especially useful for library authors).
  - you can still use the old pipes for now, but their names have been changed and they are no longer included in the `CommonModule`. To use them, you will have to import the `DeprecatedI18NPipesModule` after the `CommonModule` (the order is important):

  ```ts
  import { NgModule } from '@angular/core';
  import { CommonModule, DeprecatedI18NPipesModule } from '@angular/common';

  @NgModule({
    imports: [
      CommonModule,
      // import deprecated module after
      DeprecatedI18NPipesModule
    ]
  })
  export class AppModule { }
  ```

  Dont forget that you will still need to import the intl API polyfill if you want to use those deprecated pipes.


2. Date pipe
* Breaking changes:
  - predefined formats `short`, and `shortDate` now use a short year, e.g. `8/15/17` instead of `8/15/2017`.
  - the narrow version of eras is now `GGGGG` instead of `G`, the format `G` is now similar to `GG` and `GGG`.
  - the narrow version of months is now `MMMMM` instead of `L`, the format `L` is now the short standalone version of months.
  - the narrow version of the week day is now `EEEEE` instead of `E`, the format `E` is now similar to `EE` and `EEE`.
  - the timezone `z` will now fallback to `O` and output `GMT+1` instead of the complete zone name (e.g. `Pacific Standard Time`), this is because the quantity of data required to have all the zone names in all of the existing locales is too big.
  - the timezone `Z` will now output the ISO8601 basic format, e.g. `+0100`, you should now use `ZZZZ` to get `GMT+01:00`.

  | Field type | Format        | Example value         | v4 | v5            |
  |------------|---------------|-----------------------|----|---------------|
  | Eras       | Narrow        | A for AD              | G  | GGGGG         |
  | Months     | Narrow        | S for September       | L  | MMMMM         |
  | Week day   | Narrow        | M for Monday          | E  | EEEEE         |
  | Timezone   | Long location | Pacific Standard Time | z  | Not available |
  | Timezone   | Long GMT      | GMT+01:00             | Z  | ZZZZ          |

* Features
  - new predefined formats `long`, `full`, `longTime`, `fullTime`.
  - the format `yyy` is now supported, e.g. the year `52` will be `052` and the year `2017` will be `2017`.
  - standalone months are now supported with the formats `L` to `LLLLL`.
  - week of the year is now supported with the formats `w` and `ww`, e.g. weeks `5` and `05`.
  - week of the month is now supported with the format `W`, e.g. week `3`.
  - fractional seconds are now supported with the format `S` to `SSS`.
  - day periods for AM/PM now supports additional formats `aa`, `aaa`, `aaaa` and `aaaaa`. The formats `a` to `aaa` are similar, while `aaaa` is the wide version if available (e.g. `ante meridiem` for `am`), or equivalent to `a` otherwise, and `aaaaa` is the narrow version (e.g. `a` for `am`).
  - extra day periods are now supported with the formats `b` to `bbbbb` (and `B` to `BBBBB` for the standalone equivalents), e.g. `morning`, `noon`, `afternoon`, ....
  - the short non-localized timezones are now available with the format `O` to `OOOO`. The formats `O` to `OOO` will output `GMT+1` while the format `OOOO` will be `GMT+01:00`.
  - the ISO8601 basic time zones are now available with the formats `Z` to `ZZZZZ`. The formats `Z` to `ZZZ` will output `+0100`, while the format `ZZZZ` will be `GMT+01:00` and `ZZZZZ` will be `+01:00`.

* Bug fixes
  - the date pipe will now work exactly the same across all browsers, which will fix a lot of bugs for safari and IE.
  - eras can now be used on their own without the date, e.g. the format `GG` will be `AD` instead of `8 15, 2017 AD`.


3. Currency pipe
* Breaking changes:
  - the second parameter of the currency pipe (`symbolDisplay`) is no longer a boolean, it now takes the values `code`, `symbol` or `symbol-narrow`.
  - the default value for `symbolDisplay` is now `symbol` instead of `code`. This means that by default you will see `$4.99` for `en-US` instead of `USD4.99` previously.

* Features:
  - you can now choose between `code`, `symbol` or `symbol-narrow` which gives you access to more options for some currencies (e.g. the canadian dollar with the code `CAD` has the symbol `CA$` and the symbol-narrow `$`).


4. Percent pipe
* Breaking change
  - if you don't specify the number of digits to round to, the local format will be used (and it usually rounds numbers to 0 digits, instead of not rounding previously), e.g. `{{ 3.141592 | percent }}` will output `314%` for the locale `en-US` instead of `314.1592%` previously.


Fixes angular#10809, angular#9524, angular#7008, angular#9324, angular#7590, angular#6724, angular#3429, angular#17576, angular#17478, angular#17319, angular#17200, angular#16838, angular#16624, angular#16625, angular#16591, angular#14131, angular#12632, angular#11376, angular#11187

ocombe added a commit to ocombe/angular that referenced this issue Aug 22, 2017

feat(common): drop use of the Intl API to improve browser support
BREAKING CHANGE: Because of multiple bugs and browser inconsistencies, we have dropped the intl api in favor of data exported from the Unicode Common Locale Data Repository (CLDR).
Unfortunately we had to change the i18n pipes (date, number, currency, percent) and there are some breaking changes.

1. I18n pipes
* Breaking change:
  - By default Angular now only contains locale data for the language `en-US`, if you set the value of `LOCALE_ID` to another locale, you will have to import new locale data for this language because we don't use the intl API anymore.

* Features:
  - you don't need to use the intl polyfill for Angular anymore.
  - all i18n pipes now have an additional last parameter `locale` which allows you to use a specific locale instead of the one defined in the token `LOCALE_ID` (whose value is `en-US` by default).
  - the new locale data extracted from CLDR are now available to developers as well and can be used through an API (which should be especially useful for library authors).
  - you can still use the old pipes for now, but their names have been changed and they are no longer included in the `CommonModule`. To use them, you will have to import the `DeprecatedI18NPipesModule` after the `CommonModule` (the order is important):

  ```ts
  import { NgModule } from '@angular/core';
  import { CommonModule, DeprecatedI18NPipesModule } from '@angular/common';

  @NgModule({
    imports: [
      CommonModule,
      // import deprecated module after
      DeprecatedI18NPipesModule
    ]
  })
  export class AppModule { }
  ```

  Dont forget that you will still need to import the intl API polyfill if you want to use those deprecated pipes.


2. Date pipe
* Breaking changes:
  - the predefined formats (`short`, `shortTime`, `shortDate`, `medium`, ...) now use the patterns given by CLDR (like it was in AngularJS) instead of the ones from the intl API. You might notice some changes, e.g. `shortDate` will be `8/15/17` instead of `8/15/2017` for `en-US`.
  - the narrow version of eras is now `GGGGG` instead of `G`, the format `G` is now similar to `GG` and `GGG`.
  - the narrow version of months is now `MMMMM` instead of `L`, the format `L` is now the short standalone version of months.
  - the narrow version of the week day is now `EEEEE` instead of `E`, the format `E` is now similar to `EE` and `EEE`.
  - the timezone `z` will now fallback to `O` and output `GMT+1` instead of the complete zone name (e.g. `Pacific Standard Time`), this is because the quantity of data required to have all the zone names in all of the existing locales is too big.
  - the timezone `Z` will now output the ISO8601 basic format, e.g. `+0100`, you should now use `ZZZZ` to get `GMT+01:00`.

  | Field type | Format        | Example value         | v4 | v5            |
  |------------|---------------|-----------------------|----|---------------|
  | Eras       | Narrow        | A for AD              | G  | GGGGG         |
  | Months     | Narrow        | S for September       | L  | MMMMM         |
  | Week day   | Narrow        | M for Monday          | E  | EEEEE         |
  | Timezone   | Long location | Pacific Standard Time | z  | Not available |
  | Timezone   | Long GMT      | GMT+01:00             | Z  | ZZZZ          |

* Features
  - new predefined formats `long`, `full`, `longTime`, `fullTime`.
  - the format `yyy` is now supported, e.g. the year `52` will be `052` and the year `2017` will be `2017`.
  - standalone months are now supported with the formats `L` to `LLLLL`.
  - week of the year is now supported with the formats `w` and `ww`, e.g. weeks `5` and `05`.
  - week of the month is now supported with the format `W`, e.g. week `3`.
  - fractional seconds are now supported with the format `S` to `SSS`.
  - day periods for AM/PM now supports additional formats `aa`, `aaa`, `aaaa` and `aaaaa`. The formats `a` to `aaa` are similar, while `aaaa` is the wide version if available (e.g. `ante meridiem` for `am`), or equivalent to `a` otherwise, and `aaaaa` is the narrow version (e.g. `a` for `am`).
  - extra day periods are now supported with the formats `b` to `bbbbb` (and `B` to `BBBBB` for the standalone equivalents), e.g. `morning`, `noon`, `afternoon`, ....
  - the short non-localized timezones are now available with the format `O` to `OOOO`. The formats `O` to `OOO` will output `GMT+1` while the format `OOOO` will be `GMT+01:00`.
  - the ISO8601 basic time zones are now available with the formats `Z` to `ZZZZZ`. The formats `Z` to `ZZZ` will output `+0100`, while the format `ZZZZ` will be `GMT+01:00` and `ZZZZZ` will be `+01:00`.

* Bug fixes
  - the date pipe will now work exactly the same across all browsers, which will fix a lot of bugs for safari and IE.
  - eras can now be used on their own without the date, e.g. the format `GG` will be `AD` instead of `8 15, 2017 AD`.


3. Currency pipe
* Breaking change:
  - the default value for `symbolDisplay` is now `symbol` instead of `code`. This means that by default you will see `$4.99` for `en-US` instead of `USD4.99` previously.
  
* Deprecation:
  - the second parameter of the currency pipe (`symbolDisplay`) is no longer a boolean, it now takes the values `code`, `symbol` or `symbol-narrow`. A boolean value is still valid for now, but it is deprecated and it will print a warning message in the console.

* Features:
  - you can now choose between `code`, `symbol` or `symbol-narrow` which gives you access to more options for some currencies (e.g. the canadian dollar with the code `CAD` has the symbol `CA$` and the symbol-narrow `$`).


4. Percent pipe
* Breaking change
  - if you don't specify the number of digits to round to, the local format will be used (and it usually rounds numbers to 0 digits, instead of not rounding previously), e.g. `{{ 3.141592 | percent }}` will output `314%` for the locale `en-US` instead of `314.1592%` previously.


Fixes angular#10809, angular#9524, angular#7008, angular#9324, angular#7590, angular#6724, angular#3429, angular#17576, angular#17478, angular#17319, angular#17200, angular#16838, angular#16624, angular#16625, angular#16591, angular#14131, angular#12632, angular#11376, angular#11187

ocombe added a commit to ocombe/angular that referenced this issue Aug 22, 2017

feat(common): drop use of the Intl API to improve browser support
BREAKING CHANGE: Because of multiple bugs and browser inconsistencies, we have dropped the intl api in favor of data exported from the Unicode Common Locale Data Repository (CLDR).
Unfortunately we had to change the i18n pipes (date, number, currency, percent) and there are some breaking changes.

1. I18n pipes
* Breaking change:
  - By default Angular now only contains locale data for the language `en-US`, if you set the value of `LOCALE_ID` to another locale, you will have to import new locale data for this language because we don't use the intl API anymore.

* Features:
  - you don't need to use the intl polyfill for Angular anymore.
  - all i18n pipes now have an additional last parameter `locale` which allows you to use a specific locale instead of the one defined in the token `LOCALE_ID` (whose value is `en-US` by default).
  - the new locale data extracted from CLDR are now available to developers as well and can be used through an API (which should be especially useful for library authors).
  - you can still use the old pipes for now, but their names have been changed and they are no longer included in the `CommonModule`. To use them, you will have to import the `DeprecatedI18NPipesModule` after the `CommonModule` (the order is important):

  ```ts
  import { NgModule } from '@angular/core';
  import { CommonModule, DeprecatedI18NPipesModule } from '@angular/common';

  @NgModule({
    imports: [
      CommonModule,
      // import deprecated module after
      DeprecatedI18NPipesModule
    ]
  })
  export class AppModule { }
  ```

  Dont forget that you will still need to import the intl API polyfill if you want to use those deprecated pipes.


2. Date pipe
* Breaking changes:
  - the predefined formats (`short`, `shortTime`, `shortDate`, `medium`, ...) now use the patterns given by CLDR (like it was in AngularJS) instead of the ones from the intl API. You might notice some changes, e.g. `shortDate` will be `8/15/17` instead of `8/15/2017` for `en-US`.
  - the narrow version of eras is now `GGGGG` instead of `G`, the format `G` is now similar to `GG` and `GGG`.
  - the narrow version of months is now `MMMMM` instead of `L`, the format `L` is now the short standalone version of months.
  - the narrow version of the week day is now `EEEEE` instead of `E`, the format `E` is now similar to `EE` and `EEE`.
  - the timezone `z` will now fallback to `O` and output `GMT+1` instead of the complete zone name (e.g. `Pacific Standard Time`), this is because the quantity of data required to have all the zone names in all of the existing locales is too big.
  - the timezone `Z` will now output the ISO8601 basic format, e.g. `+0100`, you should now use `ZZZZ` to get `GMT+01:00`.

  | Field type | Format        | Example value         | v4 | v5            |
  |------------|---------------|-----------------------|----|---------------|
  | Eras       | Narrow        | A for AD              | G  | GGGGG         |
  | Months     | Narrow        | S for September       | L  | MMMMM         |
  | Week day   | Narrow        | M for Monday          | E  | EEEEE         |
  | Timezone   | Long location | Pacific Standard Time | z  | Not available |
  | Timezone   | Long GMT      | GMT+01:00             | Z  | ZZZZ          |

* Features
  - new predefined formats `long`, `full`, `longTime`, `fullTime`.
  - the format `yyy` is now supported, e.g. the year `52` will be `052` and the year `2017` will be `2017`.
  - standalone months are now supported with the formats `L` to `LLLLL`.
  - week of the year is now supported with the formats `w` and `ww`, e.g. weeks `5` and `05`.
  - week of the month is now supported with the format `W`, e.g. week `3`.
  - fractional seconds are now supported with the format `S` to `SSS`.
  - day periods for AM/PM now supports additional formats `aa`, `aaa`, `aaaa` and `aaaaa`. The formats `a` to `aaa` are similar, while `aaaa` is the wide version if available (e.g. `ante meridiem` for `am`), or equivalent to `a` otherwise, and `aaaaa` is the narrow version (e.g. `a` for `am`).
  - extra day periods are now supported with the formats `b` to `bbbbb` (and `B` to `BBBBB` for the standalone equivalents), e.g. `morning`, `noon`, `afternoon`, ....
  - the short non-localized timezones are now available with the format `O` to `OOOO`. The formats `O` to `OOO` will output `GMT+1` while the format `OOOO` will be `GMT+01:00`.
  - the ISO8601 basic time zones are now available with the formats `Z` to `ZZZZZ`. The formats `Z` to `ZZZ` will output `+0100`, while the format `ZZZZ` will be `GMT+01:00` and `ZZZZZ` will be `+01:00`.

* Bug fixes
  - the date pipe will now work exactly the same across all browsers, which will fix a lot of bugs for safari and IE.
  - eras can now be used on their own without the date, e.g. the format `GG` will be `AD` instead of `8 15, 2017 AD`.


3. Currency pipe
* Breaking change:
  - the default value for `symbolDisplay` is now `symbol` instead of `code`. This means that by default you will see `$4.99` for `en-US` instead of `USD4.99` previously.
  
* Deprecation:
  - the second parameter of the currency pipe (`symbolDisplay`) is no longer a boolean, it now takes the values `code`, `symbol` or `symbol-narrow`. A boolean value is still valid for now, but it is deprecated and it will print a warning message in the console.

* Features:
  - you can now choose between `code`, `symbol` or `symbol-narrow` which gives you access to more options for some currencies (e.g. the canadian dollar with the code `CAD` has the symbol `CA$` and the symbol-narrow `$`).


4. Percent pipe
* Breaking change
  - if you don't specify the number of digits to round to, the local format will be used (and it usually rounds numbers to 0 digits, instead of not rounding previously), e.g. `{{ 3.141592 | percent }}` will output `314%` for the locale `en-US` instead of `314.1592%` previously.


Fixes angular#10809, angular#9524, angular#7008, angular#9324, angular#7590, angular#6724, angular#3429, angular#17576, angular#17478, angular#17319, angular#17200, angular#16838, angular#16624, angular#16625, angular#16591, angular#14131, angular#12632, angular#11376, angular#11187

mhevery added a commit that referenced this issue Aug 22, 2017

feat(common): drop use of the Intl API to improve browser support (#1…
…8284)

BREAKING CHANGE: Because of multiple bugs and browser inconsistencies, we have dropped the intl api in favor of data exported from the Unicode Common Locale Data Repository (CLDR).
Unfortunately we had to change the i18n pipes (date, number, currency, percent) and there are some breaking changes.

1. I18n pipes
* Breaking change:
  - By default Angular now only contains locale data for the language `en-US`, if you set the value of `LOCALE_ID` to another locale, you will have to import new locale data for this language because we don't use the intl API anymore.

* Features:
  - you don't need to use the intl polyfill for Angular anymore.
  - all i18n pipes now have an additional last parameter `locale` which allows you to use a specific locale instead of the one defined in the token `LOCALE_ID` (whose value is `en-US` by default).
  - the new locale data extracted from CLDR are now available to developers as well and can be used through an API (which should be especially useful for library authors).
  - you can still use the old pipes for now, but their names have been changed and they are no longer included in the `CommonModule`. To use them, you will have to import the `DeprecatedI18NPipesModule` after the `CommonModule` (the order is important):

  ```ts
  import { NgModule } from '@angular/core';
  import { CommonModule, DeprecatedI18NPipesModule } from '@angular/common';

  @NgModule({
    imports: [
      CommonModule,
      // import deprecated module after
      DeprecatedI18NPipesModule
    ]
  })
  export class AppModule { }
  ```

  Dont forget that you will still need to import the intl API polyfill if you want to use those deprecated pipes.

2. Date pipe
* Breaking changes:
  - the predefined formats (`short`, `shortTime`, `shortDate`, `medium`, ...) now use the patterns given by CLDR (like it was in AngularJS) instead of the ones from the intl API. You might notice some changes, e.g. `shortDate` will be `8/15/17` instead of `8/15/2017` for `en-US`.
  - the narrow version of eras is now `GGGGG` instead of `G`, the format `G` is now similar to `GG` and `GGG`.
  - the narrow version of months is now `MMMMM` instead of `L`, the format `L` is now the short standalone version of months.
  - the narrow version of the week day is now `EEEEE` instead of `E`, the format `E` is now similar to `EE` and `EEE`.
  - the timezone `z` will now fallback to `O` and output `GMT+1` instead of the complete zone name (e.g. `Pacific Standard Time`), this is because the quantity of data required to have all the zone names in all of the existing locales is too big.
  - the timezone `Z` will now output the ISO8601 basic format, e.g. `+0100`, you should now use `ZZZZ` to get `GMT+01:00`.

  | Field type | Format        | Example value         | v4 | v5            |
  |------------|---------------|-----------------------|----|---------------|
  | Eras       | Narrow        | A for AD              | G  | GGGGG         |
  | Months     | Narrow        | S for September       | L  | MMMMM         |
  | Week day   | Narrow        | M for Monday          | E  | EEEEE         |
  | Timezone   | Long location | Pacific Standard Time | z  | Not available |
  | Timezone   | Long GMT      | GMT+01:00             | Z  | ZZZZ          |

* Features
  - new predefined formats `long`, `full`, `longTime`, `fullTime`.
  - the format `yyy` is now supported, e.g. the year `52` will be `052` and the year `2017` will be `2017`.
  - standalone months are now supported with the formats `L` to `LLLLL`.
  - week of the year is now supported with the formats `w` and `ww`, e.g. weeks `5` and `05`.
  - week of the month is now supported with the format `W`, e.g. week `3`.
  - fractional seconds are now supported with the format `S` to `SSS`.
  - day periods for AM/PM now supports additional formats `aa`, `aaa`, `aaaa` and `aaaaa`. The formats `a` to `aaa` are similar, while `aaaa` is the wide version if available (e.g. `ante meridiem` for `am`), or equivalent to `a` otherwise, and `aaaaa` is the narrow version (e.g. `a` for `am`).
  - extra day periods are now supported with the formats `b` to `bbbbb` (and `B` to `BBBBB` for the standalone equivalents), e.g. `morning`, `noon`, `afternoon`, ....
  - the short non-localized timezones are now available with the format `O` to `OOOO`. The formats `O` to `OOO` will output `GMT+1` while the format `OOOO` will be `GMT+01:00`.
  - the ISO8601 basic time zones are now available with the formats `Z` to `ZZZZZ`. The formats `Z` to `ZZZ` will output `+0100`, while the format `ZZZZ` will be `GMT+01:00` and `ZZZZZ` will be `+01:00`.

* Bug fixes
  - the date pipe will now work exactly the same across all browsers, which will fix a lot of bugs for safari and IE.
  - eras can now be used on their own without the date, e.g. the format `GG` will be `AD` instead of `8 15, 2017 AD`.

3. Currency pipe
* Breaking change:
  - the default value for `symbolDisplay` is now `symbol` instead of `code`. This means that by default you will see `$4.99` for `en-US` instead of `USD4.99` previously.

* Deprecation:
  - the second parameter of the currency pipe (`symbolDisplay`) is no longer a boolean, it now takes the values `code`, `symbol` or `symbol-narrow`. A boolean value is still valid for now, but it is deprecated and it will print a warning message in the console.

* Features:
  - you can now choose between `code`, `symbol` or `symbol-narrow` which gives you access to more options for some currencies (e.g. the canadian dollar with the code `CAD` has the symbol `CA$` and the symbol-narrow `$`).

4. Percent pipe
* Breaking change
  - if you don't specify the number of digits to round to, the local format will be used (and it usually rounds numbers to 0 digits, instead of not rounding previously), e.g. `{{ 3.141592 | percent }}` will output `314%` for the locale `en-US` instead of `314.1592%` previously.

Fixes #10809, #9524, #7008, #9324, #7590, #6724, #3429, #17576, #17478, #17319, #17200, #16838, #16624, #16625, #16591, #14131, #12632, #11376, #11187

PR Close #18284

@ocombe ocombe closed this Aug 25, 2017

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