jQuery 1.4 hits the web.

21st January 2010

In case you haven’t run around the web recently you may or may not have noticed jQuery 1.4 has just hit the web. The new release has a large list of improvements on features, speed increases as well as is highly backwards compatible which means most people can upgrade without any real hassles.

Instead of re-writing all the new features and speed improvements jump on the official release site for more details:


Be sure to read the backwards incompatibilities at the bottom just to make sure nothing will break when you upgrade.

I’ll post a review once I’ve had a chance to put it through it’s paces properly.

Categories: Javascript

Tags: jQuery

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  1. JP says:

    yep! jQuery ftw ;)

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