As of yesterday, the three remaining “Google Beta” libraries were marked as stable and released:

Aura.Filter provides validation and sanitizing for data objects and arrays.

Aura.Input has tools to describe and filter user inputs from an HTML form, including sub-forms/sub-fieldsets, fieldset collections, an interface for injecting custom filter systems, and CSRF protection.

Aura.Intl provides internationalization (I18N) tools, specifically package-oriented per-locale message translation.

This means all the Aura library packages are now stable, and formally ready for production use. Woohoo! /me does the happy dance

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