I'm trying to keep up-to-date with the latest-greatest from Angular2, in part by carefully reading the official online documentation. Is there a way to be notified or at least to figure out relatively painlessly whether, when and where that documentation has changed?
With Angular2 being so new, the documentation is understandably under construction. You occasionally find sentences like the following: "A future chapter update will explain how to write such tests with the RouterTestingModule."
The documentation urls include "angular.io/docs/ts/latest/..." (note the generic "latest") and thus don't include any indication of documentation identity (e.g. a documentation version identifier, a date, etc.). There are also no textual indicators, e.g. "Section 4 (updated Oct 9, 2016)".
So let's say that tomorrow the Angular team finally uploads the RouterTestingModule mentioned in my above example. How would I know that? Do I have to manually scan the documentation at regular intervals?! That would be a LOT of work, and even if I could do it, I'd have to remember what the old documentation was, and note whether and where any change happens. That seems impossible to me.
I'm trying to imagine how to do this: Are there archived old versions of the documentation (e.g. under "angular.io/docs/ts/<date>/...")? Can I sign up for email notification of changes? Are there tools available for me to create my own archives (of any website) that automatically scan a website for changes relative to my archive?
I can't imagine that this difficulty is specific to Angular2. It must happen everywhere. Are there "industry-standard" ways of figuring this out? Does Angular follow any such standard(s)?
I have heard of CDN, i.e. change detection and notification (here's a brief Wikipedia article), but am not very familiar with it. Is this the route to go? Is this the simplest method?
(If this is the wrong place to ask this question, please let me know where I could/should migrate it to?)