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jQuery 1.1.1

The bug fix release for 1.1 is now ready for all to use. There were a lot of weird behaviors that were discovered post-1.1 that needed to be remedied sooner, rather than later. If you were having any difficulties with the 1.1 release, please try this new release to see if your problems were solved.
It [...]

Comment · Posted: January 22nd, 2007


Interface 1.1 Released

The ever-popular, jQuery-based, Drag-and-Drop, Animation, and Widget library, Interface has just released version 1.1 to coincide with the release of jQuery 1.1.

A couple things to note about this release:

The brand new animateClass, animateStyle, and animateColor handlers. You can now do an animation from one particular class, to another – and from one color, to another.
The [...]

Comment · Posted: January 15th, 2007


jQuery Birthday: 1.1, New Site, New Docs

Great news, everyone! Today is jQuery’s 1 Year “Birthday”! (I released it 1 year ago, today, at BarCamp New York City) In celebration, we’ve got a bunch of stuff for you to enjoy.
1) jQuery 1.1
This is a great release – tons of bug fixes, huge speed improvements, and a big simplification of the outstanding API. [...]

Comment · Posted: January 14th, 2007


jQuery wallpapers

Hi there, you may not know me, but my name is Nate, and I am a designer/programmer.
 I’ve been helping a bit with looking for bugs, and with site design stuff, and though I’m not on the team list, I started helping a bit after the list was written.
 Anyways, to help get the word about jQuery [...]

Comment · Posted: January 13th, 2007


Selector Speeds

We’ve been holding off on talking about the speed of the jQuery selectors for the new 1.1 release until our release was closer to being ready – however, it seems as if that process has already been expedited. So with that already out of the bag, lets look at the selector speeds of jQuery.
In short: [...]

Comment · Posted: January 11th, 2007


jQuery 1.1b

We’re nearly ready for the big 1.1 release, this Sunday – but to hold you over, here’s another set of bug fixes to test upon. The jQuery dev team has been working long-and-hard to fix all the support requests that’ve been coming in this week, and we’ve been pretty successful in fixing just about everything [...]

Comment · Posted: January 11th, 2007


FUELing the Firefox

If you’re ever spent time trying to grok Firefox Extension development (especially if you’re coming from a pure web development background). You’ll find that there’s a lot that you have to learn to get up to speed. To name a few: XPCOM, RDF, XUL, and XBL in addition to a huge number of custom APIs […]

7 Comments · Posted: January 9th, 2007


jQuery 1.1a

As previously announced, today we’re bringing you the alpha release of jQuery 1.1. We’d really appreciate it if you could help us test this alpha, so that we can have a stand-up release this weekend – just in time for jQuery’s 1 Year Anniversary! (January 14th)
This is going to be a fantastic release. In fact, [...]

Comment · Posted: January 8th, 2007


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