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Replace ng-annotate with babel-plugin-angularjs-annotate

Replace ng-annotate with babel-plugin-angularjs-annotate

ng-annotate was deprecated, the successor is babel-plugin-angularjs-annotate.
More details, please read this post.
babel-plugin-angularjs-annotate is a standard Babel plugin.
Install babel-plugin-angularjs-annotate.
npm install babel-plugin-angularjs-annotate --save-dev
It is easy to configure it in the babel configuration file, there is a .babelrc file located in the project root folder.
{
  "plugins": ["transform-runtime", ["angularjs-annotate", { "explicitOnly" : true}]],
  "presets": ["es2015", "stage-0"]
}
The explicitOnly option force you to use ngInject or /*@ngInject*/ to handle the dependency injection.
I have used ngInject in all of the smaple codes to process dependency injection explicitly, there is no need to change the codes.
In the former codes, I configured a webpack loader named ng-annotate-loader to process ngInject via ng-annotate in webpack.conf file, it is no use and can be removed now.
Remove ng-annotate-loader.
npm uninstall ng-annotate-loader --save-dev
And remove it from webpack configuration.
//webpack.conf
 { test: /\.js$/, exclude: [/app\/lib/, /node_modules/], loader: 'babel' },
 ...
Run the codes, it should work as before.
$ npm run start                                                                      
                                                                                        
> ng6-starter@0.0.1 start E:\hantsylabs\angular-es6-sample                           
> gulp serve                                                                         
                     
[22:51:58] Requiring external module babel-register                                  
[22:52:02] Using gulpfile E:\hantsylabs\angular-es6-sample\gulpfile.babel.js         
[22:52:02] Starting 'serve'...                                                       
[22:52:04] Finished 'serve' after 1.36 s                                             
[BS] Access URLs:                                                                    
-------------------------------------                                               
   Local: http://localhost:3000                                                  
   External: http://192.168.56.1:3000                                               
-------------------------------------                                               
   UI: http://localhost:3001                                                  
UI External: http://192.168.56.1:3001                                               
-------------------------------------                                               
[BS] Serving files from: client                                                      
webpack: wait until bundle finished: /index.html                                     
webpack built a539378083e795ec5876 in 39091ms                                        
Hash: a539378083e795ec5876                                                           
Version: webpack 1.14.0                                                              
Time: 39091ms                                                                        
         Asset     Size  Chunks             Chunk Names        
674f50d287a8c48dc19ba404d20fe713.eot   166 kB          [emitted]                     
b06871f281fee6b241d60582ae9369b9.ttf   166 kB          [emitted]                     
912ec66d7572ff821749319396470bde.svg   444 kB          [emitted]                     
       app.bundle.js   102 kB       0  [emitted]  app                
       vendor.bundle.js   4.5 MB       1  [emitted]  vendor             
      app.bundle.js.map   117 kB       0  [emitted]  app                
      vendor.bundle.js.map  5.29 MB       1  [emitted]  vendor             
       index.html  1.28 kB          [emitted]                     
webpack: bundle is now VALID.     
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