Monday, August 28th, 2006

jQuery 1.0 Released

Category: JavaScript, Library

John Resig has announced the release of jQuery 1.0 which has a “lot of bugs fixed, a ton of new features, and a complete overhaul of how the jQuery development process is run”.

You can poke around the documentation via the Visual jQuery site.

jQuery Visual Docs

Posted by Dion Almaer at 11:07 am
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Hey guys,

Enjoy the Visual Docs. Soon, they’ll be moving over to the main Visual jQuery site, and I’m working with John to clean up the documentation a bit (for example, categorize the events).

The next big release is going to be a filtering option that’ll allow live filtering of the documentation tree. The main issue is going to be speed, so I need to find some ways to optimize it. jQuery’s selectors already make that sort of live filtering really easy.

Stay tuned, and enjoy the docs.

Comment by Yehuda Katz — August 28, 2006

Hey prototype and scriptaculous users, this is a must try for you people. I tried it and did find it very useful…
both jquery and interface are useful.. give it a try.

Comment by Google Logs — August 29, 2006

Sure jQuery is a “must” to try out.

About the Visual Doc, It’s a very nice idea but samples code is not always easy to understand … I mean not complete.

Hum… and do someone wanna do a benchmark ??

Comment by Nicolas BUI — August 29, 2006

dev: jQuery 1.0 released

John Resig has released jQuery 1.0, a light-weight (about 10kbyte), cross-browser javascript-library including all the usual AJAX-functionality, basic gfx and advanced event-handling. however, jQuery really is focused on DOM-traversing and -modificati…

Trackback by nonsmokingarea.com — August 29, 2006

I try it and it was very useful, go to check the website for more information and many plugins.

Comment by Lampros — August 30, 2006

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