Fwd: [jQuery] jQuery v1.2.6 is now Officially Released and Release Notes are Available
colin.clark at utoronto.ca
Tue Jun 3 20:54:34 UTC 2008
Here's an announcement about the recent jQuery 1.2.6 release. We tend
to track jQuery upgrades fairly closely, and with a 100% improvement
in event handling, I expect we'll make the switch for Infusion 0.4,
along with the release version of jQuery-UI which is due out early
Their release notes are also a great example of helpful information
about the changes that went into a particular release. We may want to
take inspiration from them for our own future releases.
Begin forwarded message:
> From: Rey Bango <rey at iambright.com>
> Date: June 3, 2008 1:46:14 PM GMT-04:00
> To: jquery-en at googlegroups.com
> Subject: [jQuery] jQuery v1.2.6 is now Officially Released and
> Release Notes are Available
> Reply-To: jquery-en at googlegroups.com
> jQuery v1.2.6 is now official and release notes have been posted: http://docs.jquery.com/Release:jQuery_1.2.6
> The biggest changes are improvements in performance, especially
> event handling, which is now 103% faster.
> Also, the Dimensions plugin is now part of core. The remaining
> methods of the Dimensions plugin, by Brandon Aaron, have been
> introduced into jQuery core, along with additional bug fixes and
> performance improvements. This plugin has seen considerable use
> amongst developers and plugin authors and has become a solid part of
> the jQuery ecosystem. We've been, slowly, introducing the most-used
> methods from the Dimensions plugin over the past couple releases -
> but with the release of 1.2.6 all remaining methods are now part of
> If you're upgrading your copy of jQuery to version 1.2.6 you can now
> opt to exclude the Dimensions plugin from your code.
> There are plenty of other updates so please read the release note
> for full details.
> The jQuery Team...
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