jQuery Launches Two New Releases Simultaneously – What To Expect From This?

June 4, 2013 · 0 comments

by Lars

jQuery, a JavaScript library and a provider of web developer tools has launched not one, but two releases of the worlds most popular jQuery development framework just this month! We are talking about jQuery 1.10.0 and jQuery 2.0.1 and both are now available for download on the jQuery’s download page.

It is not every day that jQuery will launch new releases and it is quite a big thing for them to have a double launch. According to their press release, although it is not easy to launch two releases at the same time, however, they expect it to be convenient for them in the end.

Our main goal with these two releases is to synchronize the features and behavior of the 1.x and 2.x lines, as we pledged a year ago when jQuery 2.0 was announced. Going forward, we’ll try to keep the two in sync so that 1.11 and 2.1 are feature-equivalent for example.

The jQuery team have announced that users who already have the 1.9/2.0 level will not have a hard time using these new versions as they have many similarities. However, for users who are still using the older versions it is likely that they may need to follow the jQuery 1.9 upgrade guide.

You may ask, what can we expect from the newly launched jQuery 1.10.0 and jQuery 2.0.1? The goal was to have the features and functions of both 1.x and 2.x lines work together. Actually, this goal was announced by the jQuery team a year ago. If you are excited to know the highlights of the new jQuery releases you can find more information here.

If you want to dive into more information about the amazing powers of jQuery you can check our jQuery category here.

Author : Lars Vraa

Lars is passionate about web design, web development, SEO, social media and loves to look into new technologies, techniques, tools etc. and to write articles for tripwire magazine readers.

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