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Improvements Coming for Routing in Angular

June 9th, 2016

A little more than a month ago, we introduced a new router at ng-conf. We hoped this would finally resolve the outstanding routing issues in our first design. It turns out, routing is hard. We’re grateful to have heard from many folks at ng-conf about flaws in this new design, so we are announcing version…

jQuery 3.0 Final Released!

June 9th, 2016

jQuery 3.0 is now released! This version has been in the works since October 2014. We set out to create a slimmer, faster version of jQuery (with backwards compatibility in mind). We’ve removed all of the old IE workarounds and taken advantage of some of the more modern web APIs where it made sense. It…

jQuery 3.0 Release Candidate…Released!

May 20th, 2016

Welcome to the Release Candidate for jQuery 3.0! This is the same code we expect to release as the final version of jQuery 3.0 (pending any major bugs or regressions). When released, jQuery 3.0 will become the only version of jQuery. The 1.12 and 2.2 branches will continue to receive critical support patches for a…

jQuery 1.12.4 and 2.2.4 Released

May 20th, 2016

jQuery 1.12.4 and 2.2.4 have been released! These are small releases with a couple bug fixes. We fixed a sticky issue for those using the AMD source and a “:visible” selector bug in 1.12.3. If you need any help upgrading, check out the newest release of the jQuery Migrate plugin. Note that jQuery Migrate 1.4.1…

jQuery Migrate 1.4.1 released, and the path to jQuery 3.0

May 20th, 2016

Version 1.4.1 of the jQuery Migrate plugin has been released. It has only a few changes but the most important of them fixes a problem with unquoted selectors that seems to be very common in some WordPress themes. In most cases Migrate can automatically fix this problem when it is used with jQuery 1.12.x or…

OpenSSL updates, 1.0.1t and 1.0.2h

May 2nd, 2016

(Update 6-May-2016) New Node.js Releases The following releases have been made available to include the security updates to OpenSSL discussed in the post below. Please upgrade your Node.js installation as soon as possible in order to be protected against the disclosed vulnerabilities. Node v6.1.0 (Current): http://nodejs.org/en/blog/release/v6.1.0/ Node v5.11.1: http://nodejs.org/en/blog/release/v5.11.1/ Node v4.4.4 (LTS): http://nodejs.org/en/blog/release/v4.4.4/ Node v0.12.14…

Angular 2016-04-20 18:23:00

April 20th, 2016

Please welcome our friend Uri Goldshtein of the Meteor team as a guest author as he walks us through using Angular 2 with Meteor and describes some exciting future capabilities.  — Brad Green, Eng Director of Angular Angular 2 + Meteor: the Javascript stack of the future Intro Meteor is the easiest way for an…

ESLint Joins the jQuery Foundation

April 19th, 2016

After last week’s announcement that JSCS is merging with ESLint, this week the ESLint team is announcing that they are bringing their project to the jQuery Foundation. We are very excited to be the providers of a long-term, openly governed home for ESLint. We are also looking forward to seeing the outcomes of this new…

Angular 2 + React Native

April 19th, 2016

Please welcome Marc Laval joining our blog as a guest author. Marc works at Amadeus in France as part of a group of developers there dedicated to contributing to Angular 1 and 2 core development as an integrated part of our team. We’ve been working closely with him on the React Native integration. Read on…

5 Rookie Mistakes to Avoid with Angular 2

April 13th, 2016

So you’ve read some blog posts, watched some conference videos, and finally you’re ready to get your feet wet with Angular 2.    What are some things you should know starting out? Here’s a compilation of common beginner mistakes to avoid when you’re writing your first application.  Note:  This blog post assumes basic knowledge of Angular…