jQuery UI 1.10 Beta

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The first beta release for jQuery UI 1.10 is out, barely more than two months after the 1.9 release. Naturally, we’ve focused on specific widgets for this release, along with a usual barrage of bug fixes.

The big changes:

  • Dialog API redesign and a ton of accessibility updates: This was our main goal for this release. Dialog is now easier to use (fewer (useless) options), avoids a ton of issues thanks for a new approach to stacking and a lot more accessible. When you press a button to open a dialog, then close that dialog, focus will move back to that opening button. Full keyboard control is therefore much easier. Focus handling inside the dialog also got better. Together this makes dialog much more usable in combination with screenreaders. And you get all that while the API stayed pretty much the same.
  • Progressbar API redesign: The one change here is to add support for indeterminate progress bars.
  • We’ve removed the backward compability layers in Accordion, Autocomplete, Effects, Position, Tabs and Widget, reducing the filesize of these components, quite significantly for Tabs. If you’ve upgraded from 1.8 to 1.9 and haven’t updated your usage yet, check out the 1.9 upgrade guide for necessary changes.

For a full list of changes, see the list of 1.10 fixed tickets. You can read more about the API redesigns in a previous blog post. We’re working on a full changelog and upgrade guide for the final release.

One new widget almost made it into this release: Selectmenu. We’re still working on the accessibility side of that and you can expect it in 1.11, which will come as quickly as 1.10.

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jQuery UI 1.9.2

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The second maintenance release for jQuery UI 1.9 is out. This update brings bug fixes for Accordion, Autocomplete, Button, Datepicker, Dialog, Menu, Tabs, Tooltip and Widget Factory. For the full list of changes, see the changelog. You can download it here:

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See the 1.9 Upgrade Guide for a list of changes that may affect you when upgrading from 1.8.x. For full details on what’s included in this release see the 1.9.2 Changelog.

Thanks

Thanks to all who helped with this release, specifically: abacada, acouch, amasniko, Avinash R, AzaToth, BikingGlobetrotter, cgack, cmex, Corey Frang, Cory Gackenheimer, drew.waddell, dsargent, ezyang, fofanafi, forw, frediani.adrien, gigi81, gtr053, jdomnitz, Jörn Zaefferer, Mamen, Mike Sherov, Narretz, omuleanu, petersendidit, rmetayer, Scott González, StefanKern, TJ VanToll, wfsiew

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jQuery UI 1.9.1

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The first maintenance release for jQuery UI 1.9 is out. This update brings bug fixes for Accordion, Autocomplete, Button, Datepicker, Dialog, Slider, Spinner, Tabs, Tooltip, Draggable, Resizable, Sortable, Widget Factory, Effects and CSS Framework. For the full list of changes, see the changelog. You can download it here:

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See the 1.9 Upgrade Guide for a list of changes that may affect you when upgrading from 1.8.x. For full details on what’s included in this release see the 1.9.1 Changelog.

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Thanks to all who helped with this release, specifically: 0cis32f, Andrew Couch, arnold.simha, at4u, bchiasson, Benco, bolerao, brendandc, codeRebelBase, colcode, Corey Frang, Corwin, crowcoder, Dale Kocian, Dave Methvin, David Petersen, dittodhole, drew.waddell, dsargent@gmail.com, erethnor, gsmedley, ikarlik, John Chen, josepsanzcamp, Jörn Zaefferer, Kato Kazuyoshi, Klap-in, kvgeorge1, Maciej Mroziński, maenu, maimairel, Mamen, Marc-Andre Lafortune, MarcoVanK, martinkoutny, mattac, Mike Sherov, mike.dormitorio, millepixel, nicola7290, nix, pvipul, Richard D. Worth, sammyhk, Scott González, shnitz, shuoink, skurka, southerd, stefek99, TJ VanToll, tomblench, Trey Hunner, zhizhangchen

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jQuery UI 1.9.0

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The jQuery UI team has been pretty busy for the past two and a half years. With more than 500 bug fixes spread over two dozen releases, we’ve been working hard to make jQuery UI as stable and flexible as possible. Last year, we announced a lofty goal:

Our goal is to have a completely refreshed project with the 2.0 release. We will have a much simpler API, better stability, full documentation and a full test suite for every plugin.

Today, we’re proud to announce the first major step toward reaching that goal. jQuery UI 1.9.0 is now available with hundreds of bug fixes, a bigger and better test suite, and improved APIs. In addition to the code, we’ve also deployed all new sites and improved documentation.

New Widget: Menu

The menu widget was technically released in 1.8, but it was bundled inside the autocomplete widget and mostly hidden from users. Menu is now a first class citizen in jQuery UI and is great for inline or popup menus, as well as a great starting point for more complex menu systems. Check out the menu demos and menu documentation for more details.

New Widget: Spinner

The spinner, or number stepper, widget is perfect for handling all kinds of numeric input. Spinners allow users to type a value directly or modify an existing value by spinning with the keyboard, mouse or scrollwheel. When combined with Globalize, you can even spin currencies and dates in a variety of locales. Check out the spinner demos and spinner documentation for more details.

New Widget: Tooltip

The tooltip widget supports a wide variety of uses: local and remote content, custom positioning and animation, mouse tracking, event delegation, and more. Check out the tooltip demos and tooltip documentation for more details.

API Redesign: Accordion

The accordion widget has undergone an API redesign, making it more consistent with other widgets and providing better animation support. Make sure to read the upgrade guide so you can migrate away from the deprecated APIs.

API Redesign: Tabs

The tabs widget has undergone an API redesign, making it more consistent with other widgets and providing better ajax support. Make sure to read the upgrade guide so you can migrate away from the deprecated APIs.

API Redesign: Position

The position utilty has undergone an API redesign, providing better collision detection and support for percent-based offsets. Make sure to read the upgrade guide so you can migrate away from the deprecated APIs.

Improved Widget Factory

We’ve added a lot of functionality to the widget factory, especially related to instantiation and inheritance. There are lots of new features for widget developers and a few new APIs and improvements for widget users as well. Check out the upgrade guide for more details.

Improved Accessibility

We put a lot of effort into making accordion, autocomplete, tabs, menu, spinner, and tooltip as accessibile as possible. Unfortunately ARIA still needs some work before it can be used without hacks, but we’re working closely with standards bodies, browser vendors, and the accessibility community to improve web accessibility beyond jQuery. Our documentation site now includes details about keyboard navigation for each widget.

Renamed Effects Files

All effects files have been renamed to match the jquery.ui.*.js naming pattern. If you’re using individual effect files, you’ll need to update your file references.

Deprecated APIs

As mentioned above, many plugins went through API redesigns. As a result, many existing APIs were deprecated. These APIs will be removed in 1.10.0. The 1.9.0 release includes a flag to disable all deprecated APIs, allowing you to determine if your code is ready for 1.10.0 even before it is released. There are full details on how to use the flag in the upgrade guide.

Supported jQuery Versions

jQuery UI 1.9.0 supports jQuery 1.6 and newer. That’s 11 versions! Multiply that by the number of supported browsers and you’ve got quite a support matrix.

New Sites

Assuming you’re not reading this in a feed reader or some other syndicated format, you’ve probably already noticed that our web site has a brand new look. The sites are still under development, so please bear with us as we add more content and improve upon the design. We’ve also deployed a brand new API documentation site which includes a lot of information that was missing from the old site. If you’re interested in helping improve any of our sites, they’re all hosted on GitHub now, with the repository names matching the domain names. For example, the repository for jqueryui.com is https://github.com/jquery/jqueryui.com.

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See the 1.9 Upgrade Guide for a list of changes that may affect you when upgrading from 1.8.x. For full details on what’s included in this release see the 1.9.0 Changelog. You can read more about the API redesigns in a previous blog post.

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Thanks to all who helped with this release, specifically: 2Toad, aaronpeterson, acheetham, acimeha, acwhite, Adam Baratz, adam j. sontag, Adam Parod, aidan, aifam5, Alberto Fernández Capel, Alberto Monteiro, Alex Dovenmuehle, Alex Rhea, AlexW, Amir E. Aharoni, Andrew Newcomb, Andrew Powell, artyv, aschild, asgeo1, AsherMaximum, awgy, AzaToth, azendal, Azhrei, Baoju Yuan, basti, beatryder, bekok, Ben Boyle, Ben Hollis, Benjamin Sterling, Bernhard Sirlinger, Bertjh, bluecabbie, BobbyStealz, borsuk, bruce511, bthompson00, bugbegone, Campbell, Carl Fürstenberg, carl@stonefintech.com, Carson McDonald, certator, cherif, Chris Kelly, Christopher McCulloh, clear00, Cloudream, coling, collin, coredan, Corey Frang, cosmicnet, Courthead, cozydozy, creage, crumbles, cs94njw, CTAPbIuMABP, ctrlaltdev, cyberboy, d.wachss, dalibor983, Dan Heberden, danbhfive, Daniel Steigerwald, Danny Trunk, dannyzit, Dave Methvin, Dave Stein, David De Sloovere, David Leal, David Murdoch, David Petersen, David Soms, dblood, dclawson, dcohn, ddstreet, deckberg, Den, dennydaugherty, Diego, dkiselev, dlee, dmcmeans, dmitriy.paramoshkin, Dmitry Petrov, dominiquevincent, doomedelite, Doug Neiner, DouglasKing, dwebb66, dwt, ebspromo, Eddie Monge, eduyanez, Edward Faulkner, efoster, Eike Send, Eneko Illarramendi, epascarello, ergec, eric.muyser, ericw, EungJun Yi, Everett Zufelt, ExplosionPills, eXtreme, fdemmer, feklee, Felix Nagel, fernando1124, fiance, Florian Gutmann, fofanafi, G Karunakar, Garrison Locke, garyz, Gaëtan Muller, George Marshall, Gilmore Davidson, Giovanni Giacobbi, Glenn Goodrich, gpbmike, gromo, guettli, Guillaume Gautreau, haeberle, Hans Hillen, haraldo, Harri Kilpio, Heiko Henning, Herbalite, Hogan Long, Holger Rüprich, hoxworth, huemorgan, hughlomas, hyperlink, iainxt, idavemm, igor milla, Ildefonse, Infeligo, irrational, israelrios, itsadok, Ivan Peters, J. Ryan Stinnett, j.hermsen, Jack Hsu, JackT, Jacob, James Khoury, jamiejag, Jared A. Scheel, jaredwilli, Jason Davies, Jason Moon, Jason Prell, JasonBerry, Jasvir Nagra, Jay Merrifield, Jay Oster, jbergenthal, jdalton, jdart1, jdomnitz, jdufresne, Jean-Francois Remy, Jeff Remy, Jeff Roush, Jelly, Jellyfrog, jenters, Jesse Baird, jgv, Jiayi Yang, jihohan, jitter, jjross, Jo Liss, joaoeiras, John Firebaugh, John Resig, john.culviner, johnashenfelter, johntrepreneur, jomyjohn, Jon Palmer, Jorge Barreiro, jorisdekinder, josh3736, jquery@pvt, jsgoupil, JustinMacCarthy, Ján Suchal, Jörn Zaefferer, kapouer, Karl Kirch, Karl Swedberg, Kato Kazuyoshi, kbwood, Ken Penn, keturn, Kevin Dalman, Khaled AlHourani, KhoaTon, Klaus Hartl, kliehm, kobrigo, kolak, Kouhei Sutou, kradmiy, Kris Borchers, Kyle Florence, Kyle Wilkinson, Lado Lomidze, Lee Rowlands, levushka, lex1982, liangent, Lim Chee Aun, Lopo, lorak110786, lorife, lotjuh, lschult2, Luis Dalmolin, lukas.olson, Lukasz Lipinski, lukebrookhart, m157y, macarthy, Maciej Mroziński, maggiewachs, maljub01, malsup, Marcel Toele, marcis20@yahoo.com, marcneuwirth, marcos.sousa, Marian Rudzynski, Mario Visic, Mark Aaron Shirley, Mark Johnson, marteadrian, Martin Hoch, Martin Solli, martinf55, Marwan Al Jubeh, maspwr, Matt Hoskins, Max Schnur, MaxPower15, mdellanoce, meh-cfl, Michael DellaNoce, Michael P. Jung, michaelmwu, Michel Weimerskirch, midlis, Mike Hollis, Mike Sherov, Mike Stay, milan, millman, mirv, mkemmerling, mkowalski, mofle, mohdyusuf, monoblaine, moxen, mpetrovich, mriffault, MrMaxx, MSwaff, mwlang, myr, Nate Ferrero, neil.pugh, Nick_Craver, NielsJanssen, ninjaxify, nirvanaforu, nogwater, nonplus, offnight, ohlavacek, Olson.dev, onaiggac, oojacoboo, ORIGINALUSRNM, ornicar, ostgals, pantsmann, paul, Paul Irish, Pavel Stetina, pegomes, pheiberg, Philip Graham, Philipp Benjamin Köppchen, Phillip Barnes, Pierre-Henri Ausseil, piouPiouM, pkruithof, pmawhinney, polomoshnov, poplix, Probot, pulpulpullie, qicboy, r2363c, Rafael Xavier de Souza, Ralph Whitbeck, reedmaniac, Richard D. Worth, Rick Waldron, ripper234, Rob Loach, RobinHerbots, Robson Braga Araujo, RobWilkinsonUK, rockwild, roman.chizhevsky, ronchalant, rozwell, rp, RR1000, rthapar, rubyruy, ryanolton, Saji, saks, Samuel Cormier-Iijima, sc0rchin, Scott González, scott.moore, scr4ve, sergids, sexconker, sgruenholz, shadwdrgn, Shahyar G, Shannon, sigmasquirrel, Simon, Sindre Sorhus, SineSwiper1, sixhead, skeetergraphics, skorpan, snb, snover, sp, speaktorob, spekary, SpoonNZ, stafil, stefanlivens, steptom, stevee@gmail.com, Steven Roussey, stojce, stringfold, Stéphane Raimbault, sunaku, suner, sunshine, synek, T.Lindig, t34, tadudek, tashekelahi, teaspoon000, techtangents, tfotherby, thedoc, thomsbg, ThrushAAX, Tiago Freire, ticketmaster, tillkruess, Timmy Willison, Timo Tijhof, TJ VanToll, Tobias Brunner, Todd Parker, tomgallacher, tomykaira, Tony Ross, Trey Hunner, trixta, tyron, tzkuei, victorq10, Viktar Varvanovich, vrtxf, watanabe, Wesley Walser, whittet, William Griffiths, William Kevin Manire, wkmanire, xaav, Xavi, xirzec, yourfavorite, ZeK, Ziling Zhao.

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jQuery UI 1.8.24

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The twenty fourth maintenance release for jQuery UI 1.8 is out. This update brings bug fixes for Datepicker, Draggable, Droppable and Sortable, as well as adding support for jQuery 1.8.2. This is likely to be the last release in the 1.8 family; you can expect 1.9.0 very soon. For the full list of changes, see the changelog. You can download it here:

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See the 1.8.24 Upgrade Guide for a list of changes that may affect you when upgrading from 1.8.23. For full details on what’s included in this release see the 1.8.24 Changelog.

Thanks

Thanks to all who helped with this release, specifically: andri, carlos.vara, Eli, Jared A. Scheel, Jiayi Yang, Jörn Zaefferer, keppla, Martin Hoch, Philipp Benjamin Köppchen, rtwo, Scott González, tonimahoni, tr0829.

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jQuery UI 1.9 RC

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The first release candidate for jQuery UI 1.9 is out! Since the beta release, we’ve upgraded to jQuery Core 1.8.0 and jQuery Color 2.0.0 and landed quite a few more bug fixes. We’re getting close to a final release, but we’re still pretty busy working on our new infrastructure. We’re working on a new web site, new download builder, and new documentation site to accompany the new release.

For a list of the major changes between 1.8 and 1.9, check out the beta release announcement. Keep in mind that 1.9 brings a lot of API changes, but we’re committed to having 1.9 fully support the 1.8 APIs even though many of them are deprecated. You can read more about the API redesigns in a previous blog post. For a full list of changes, see the list of 1.9.0 fixed tickets. We’re working on a full changelog and upgrade guide for the final release.

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jQuery UI 1.8.23

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The twenty third maintenance release for jQuery UI 1.8 is out. This update brings bug fixes for Datepicker, Dialog, Draggable, and Position, as well as adding support for jQuery 1.8. We know we made the same claim about 1.8.22, but there were some changes between the jQuery UI 1.8.22 release and the jQuery 1.8.0 release that caused regressions. 1.8.23 fixes all known issues with jQuery 1.8.0. For the full list of changes, see the changelog. You can download it here:

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See the 1.8.23 Upgrade Guide for a list of changes that may affect you when upgrading from 1.8.22. For full details on what’s included in this release see the 1.8.23 Changelog.

Thanks

Thanks to all who helped with this release, specifically: Brennan Roberts, crimsondr, jakecigar, jarkaruus, marianoguerra, matzes, Scott González, shnitz, staticdream.

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jQuery UI 1.8.22

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The twenty second maintenance release for jQuery UI 1.8 is out. This update brings bug fixes for Datepicker and Sortable, as well as adding support for jQuery 1.8. We’re doing this release while jQuery 1.8 is still in a pre-release state so that we can get better test coverage before the jQuery 1.8 stable release. If you’d like to test against jQuery 1.8, you can use the jquery-git build (updated on every commit) or wait a few days for the Release Candidate to come out. For the full list of changes, see the changelog. You can download it here:

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See the 1.8.22 Upgrade Guide for a list of changes that may affect you when upgrading from 1.8.21. For full details on what’s included in this release see the 1.8.22 Changelog.

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Thanks to all who helped with this release, specifically: Amir E. Aharoni, coling, Courthead, Courtland, Eneko Illarramendi, gnarf, martinf55, non4eg, pablo.martinez, Pavel Stetina, rdworth, Scott González, SeanMcMillan, sharkodlak, skibler, squeakytoy, thufaila, Viktar Varvanovich, VitalyT.

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jQuery UI 1.9 Beta

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The first beta release for jQuery UI 1.9 is out! After eight milestone releases, two hundred fixed tickets, 2,100 commits, and three brand-new widgets we’re looking forward to your feedback and the now close-by final release.

Here’s an overview of the big changes:

  • Autocomplete accessibility updates: We’re now using a live-region to guide screenreader users when using autocomplete, making the widget a lot more accessible.
  • Accordion API redesign and accessibility updates: This also finally addresses the accordion-flicker problem: No more pixel-shifting of content below the accordion during animations.
  • Tabs API redesign and accessibility updates: Tabs are now fully keyboard accesible and make proper use of ARIA attributes.
  • Position API redesign: Along with some redesign we’ve also added new features: You can now use other elements beside window to run collision-detection against, and there’s a “flipfit” mode that combines the two existing modes, which themselve got better. When working with the using callback, you get feedback about the positioning result, allowing you to position flyout arrows or other direction indicators.
  • Lots of new features in the widget factory: The internal API for writing widgets has gotten a lot better. The two most notable new methos: _on lets you deal with events, nicely integrated into the widget instance, and _super lets you call a parent widget’s method of the same name, which makes extending existing widget a breeze.
  • New widget: Menu: Has been around for a while since 1.8, then hidden with the autocomplete file. Its now finally here!
  • New widget: Tooltip: An accessible, event-delegation- supporting tooltip with the option to have any kind of (asynchronous) content show for any element. And its themable, like any other widget.
  • New widget: Spinner: Our second text-input widget, similar to HTML5′s <input type="number">, but giving you much greater control and including full localization support, via Globalize.

For a full list of changes, see the list of 1.9 fixed tickets. You can read more about the API redesigns in a previous blog post. We’re working on a full changelog and upgrade guide for the final release.

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jQuery UI 1.8.21

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The twenty first maintenance release for jQuery UI 1.8 is out. This update brings bug fixes for Autocomplete, Datepicker, Draggable, Position, Progressbar, and Sortable, as well as fixing some issues with ThemeRoller. For the full list of changes, see the changelog. You can download it here:

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See the 1.8.21 Upgrade Guide for a list of changes that may affect you when upgrading from 1.8.20. For full details on what’s included in this release see the 1.8.21 Changelog.

Thanks

Thanks to all who helped with this release, specifically: Amir E. Aharoni, coling, Courthead, Courtland, Eneko Illarramendi, gnarf, martinf55, non4eg, pablo.martinez, Pavel Stetina, rdworth, Scott González, SeanMcMillan, sharkodlak, skibler, squeakytoy, thufaila, Viktar Varvanovich, VitalyT.

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