Commit deea6da0 authored by Matias Niemelä's avatar Matias Niemelä

release: cut the v10.0.0-next.3 release

parent 43622d32
<a name="10.0.0-next.3"></a>
# [10.0.0-next.3]( (2020-04-22)
### Bug Fixes
* **common:** format day-periods that cross midnight ([#36611]( ([c6e5fc4](, closes [#36566](
* **compiler:** avoid generating i18n attributes in plain form ([#36422]( ([88b0985](
* **core:** do not use unbound attributes as inputs to structural directives ([#36441]( ([acf6075](
* **core:** handle empty translations correctly ([#36499]( ([b1f1d3f](, closes [#36476](
* **core:** missing-injectable migration should not migrate `@NgModule` classes ([#36369]( ([28995db](, closes [#35700](
* **core:** pipes injecting viewProviders when used on a component host node ([#36512]( ([81d23b3](, closes [#36146](
* **core:** prevent unknown property check for AOT-compiled components ([#36072]( ([4a9f0be](, closes [#35945](
* **core:** properly identify modules affected by overrides in TestBed ([#36649]( ([942b986](, closes [#36619](
* **language-service:** properly evaluate types in comparable expressions ([#36529]( ([8be0972](
* **ngcc:** display unlocker process output in sync mode ([#36637]( ([cabf997](, closes [/](
* **ngcc:** do not use cached file-system ([#36687]( ([0c2ed4c](, closes [/](
* **common:** format day-periods that cross midnight
When formatting a time with the `b` or `B` format codes, the rendered
string was not correctly handling day periods that spanned midnight.
Instead the logic was falling back to the default case of `AM`.
Now the logic has been updated so that it matches times that are within
a day period that spans midnight, so it will now render the correct
output, such as `at night` in the case of English.
Applications that are using either `formatDate()` or `DatePipe` and any
of the `b` or `B` format codes will be affected by this change.
<a name="9.1.3"></a>
## [9.1.3]( (2020-04-22)
"name": "angular-srcs",
"version": "10.0.0-next.2",
"version": "10.0.0-next.3",
"private": true,
"description": "Angular - a web framework for modern web apps",
"homepage": "",
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