jQuery UI 1.13.0-rc.2 released

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After a long break, it is our pleasure to announce the 1.13.0-rc.2 release. The release is feature-complete, we just wanted to give developers some time to test it & report any critical issues before we release the final. We didn’t find any such issues during our internal testing. If no blocking issues get reported, we expect to release 1.13.0 final in a few weeks.

You might be wondering what happened to 1.13.0-rc.1. A critical issue in the release script made the final built file not work at all, only individual AMD modules were fine. This made us not announce that release.

The main focus of this release was improving compatibility with recent jQuery versions so we postponed most breaking changes like removal of deprecated APIs and removal of legacy browser support to a possible future release.

Usage of deprecated jQuery APIs have been removed. jQuery UI 1.13 triggers no jQuery Migrate warnings when running its test suite against jQuery 3.6.0 with jQuery Migrate 3.3.2, i.e. the latest versions at the moment of this release.

Support for jQuery 1.7 has been dropped; jQuery 1.8 & newer remain supported.

In this release, all individual module files as well as bundled jQuery UI copies produced by the Download Builder have all its code running in strict mode. This shouldn’t matter for most users as jQuery has been running in strict mode since 3.0 released in 2016.

Apart from that, two small features were added:

  1. Accordion’s header option may now accept not only a selector matching header elements but also a function taking the accordion element as a parameter and returning the header elements; more details in the docs for the header option.
  2. Datepicker options now include the optional onUpdateDatepicker callback, called when the datepicker widget’s DOM is updated.

To simplify the maintenance of jQuery UI, we’re sunsetting the old bug tracker at https://bugs.jqueryui.com (we’ll keep it in read-only mode) in favor of GitHub issues.

jQuery UI has struggled with finding contributors for the past few years; our goal is to move it more to a maintenance state: we’ll make sure the library is compatible with new jQuery releases and that security issues are fixed but no new significant feature work is planned. We’ll also try to fix important regressions from jQuery UI 1.12.1; older long-standing bugs may not get fixed. We’ll get a longer blog post about the state of jQuery UI when we release 1.13 final. Note that this does not affect jQuery Core which is still actively maintained.

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Note: please report bugs to the jQuery UI Bug Tracker; support questions should be posted on Stack Overflow with the jquery-ui tag. Please don’t use comments to report bugs.

If you have feedback on us doing our RC release for jQuery UI 1.13.0, feel free to leave a comment below. Thank you.

The Future of jQuery UI and jQuery Mobile

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The last few years have been difficult for the jQuery UI and jQuery Mobile projects. The projects have suffered from lack of resources and funding and loss of contributors due to a variety of factors. These combined factors have nearly stopped development on both projects. To remedy this situation we have decided to make some changes in the projects’ teams in addition to how they work.

Scott Gonzalez has lead the jQuery UI project for many years now and has helped to improve the quality tremendously. He has decided to step down from leading the project though he will still be helping in various ways. In an attempt to best utilize resources we have decided to combine the 2 teams into a single team under the leadership of Alex Schmitz, a long time jQuery UI contributor as well as the lead for jQuery Mobile. What this means is that the combined contributors will be able to serve the projects better, since both projects are very tightly coupled as jQuery Mobile depends upon jQuery UI. This does not mean that the two projects will become a single project. Both projects will continue to exist in their own repositories. However, we do hope to continue reducing the amount of duplicated code and widgets in the projects moving anything common to jQuery UI. Eventually, making jQuery Mobile more of an app framework with all the widgets living in jQuery UI.

In the past, when someone wanted to join the jQuery UI or jQuery Mobile teams we expected them to contribute to the library as a whole. We think going forward this needs to change; we will now be looking for and accepting people that are just interested in maintaining a single piece of the library, requiring a much smaller time contribution. So, if someone is just interested in working on sortable they could just lead the sortable widget without having to contribute to any other parts of the two libraries. This will not only allow for more focused and less time consuming contribution but also allow better specialization within our team.

In the past we have done all communication through IRC. Over time however, we have seen a large decrease in the number of people on IRC while other projects have had great results with easier to use tools like Slack. As a result, we will be switching to Slack for daily communication and meetings. We hope that this will ease contributions and interactions with potential new team members. Anyone can join the new Slack channel by navigating to http://bit.ly/2Btf6pu

In conclusion, we are currently very interested in attracting new team members to the combined jQuery UI and jQuery Mobile team. Anyone who is interested can feel free to reach out to Alex Schmitz, the new team lead for both projects, join our slack channel or even find us on IRC (we are still there). jQuery UI and jQuery Mobile rely on contributions from the community and can only continue to exist with your help!

jQuery UI 1.12.1

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We’re proud to announce our latest stable release. jQuery UI 1.12 features two new widgets, an updated base theme, overhauled effects, improved environment support and numerous bug fixes!

What happened to 1.12.0?

You may have noticed that even though 1.12.0 was released back in July, there was never any announcement. We had several issues surrounding the release, some code issues, but mostly infrastructure issues. Because the infrastructure issues took so long to resolve, we decided to wait until the 1.12.1 release to officially announce 1.12.

The big changes in 1.12 are:

  • New theme: Our long-time default grayscale theme Smoothness has been succeeded by a modern theme with some colors, less gradients and some other improvements. The new theme is already live on ThemeRoller (where you can also find the ‘Smoonthness’ under the Gallery tab).
  • New widgets: Controlgroup replaces buttonset and adds support for selectmenu and the new checkboxradio widget. You can see the new widgets in action in the controlgroup and checkboxradio demos.
  • New classes option: All widgets got a new option, called classes. This gives a lot more control over visual styling and custom theming. For example, building a Bootstrap theme for jQuery UI is now a lot easier. See the Learning jQuery article for more information.
  • New method: The .labels() method finds all label elements associated with the first selected element, mimicking the native labels property.
  • API redesign: Button: The button widget has undergone an API redesign, splitting out functionality for different types of buttons into separate components (see the new widgets mentioned above). Make sure to read the upgrade guide so you can migrate away from the deprecated APIs. The generated markup has also changed, so any custom styling may need to be updated as well.
  • npm/browserify/webpack support: The jquery-ui package on npm is now owned and maintained by the jQuery UI team. In addition, we’ve updated package.json and changed the directory structure to work better with tools like browserify and webpack. See Jörn Zaefferer’s demo for webpack usage information.
  • Effects overhaul: The effects API has received a major overhaul, introducing many new APIs and rewriting effects to use CSS clip for smoother and less error-prone animations. In addition, the transfer effect has been replaced with a .transfer() method.
  • Dropped jQuery 1.6.x support: jQuery UI 1.12 officially supports jQuery 1.7.0 – 3.1.0.
  • Reduced old IE support: jQuery UI 1.11 officially dropped support for IE7 but left all the existing workarounds in place. jQuery UI 1.12 has removed all of the IE7 workarounds. In addition, official support for IE8, IE9, and IE10 have been removed, but the workarounds are still in place and will be removed in 1.13. This coincides with Microsoft’s end of regular (non-extended) support for these browsers which occurred in January.
  • Bug fixes: Over 100 bugs have been fixed!

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Changelog

See the 1.12 Upgrade Guide for a list of changes that may affect you when upgrading from 1.11.x. For full details on what’s included in this release see the 1.12.0 Changelog and 1.12.1 Changelog.

Thanks

Thanks to all who helped with this release, specifically: abacada, Ablay Keldibek, acwolff, Adam Foster, afercia, agcolom, aldra, Alexander Schmitz, alexandis, Alexey Balchunas, aliedtke, allenstyle, Alyosha Pushak, Amanpreet Singh, Amine HADDAD, Anne-Gaelle Colom, apeterson, apushak, Atletismo343, atomiomi, baton, bchiasson, Ben Mosher, Benjamin Albert, bernhardsirlinger, bleshik, bmorearty, Bruno Pérel, camurai, ChaseWagoner, Chen Eshchar, chkpnt, christianbalz, ckn, cok666n, Dan Strohl, Daniel Owens, daniel-o, darodaro, davenaeder, dcherman, dmack, dmethvin, DSB, dstrohl, eccenux, epascarello, Eric Lee Carraway, euyuil, eXaminator, ezufelt, ezyang, Fahad Ahmad, feedbloo, Felix Nagel, fercsi, Francesc Baeta, G-rom, Gabriel Schulhof, gf3, ggkovacs, gibe, Giovanni Giacobbi, gnarf, Gruewo, Hannah Methvin, harpojaeger, HikingMike, igrunert, Jaegers, janom, Jasper de Groot, jazzyCamel, jclarke, jga8, jhfrench, Jiabao Wu, jnik, Johannes Schäfer, Jyoti Deka, Jörn Zaefferer, kbwood, kiechii, kiro, Konstantin Dinev, kzys, Leonardo Balter, Liran Sharir, Lisa Seacat DeLuca, llehmann, lucas.ams, Luke Page, m-berling, Macavelli, Maksim Ryzhikov, Mani Mishra, mar10w, Marco Ziech, Marcus Warren, Matt Brundage, mattbasta, mfazekas, Michael Lelli, Michael Orchard, michaelcm, Michał Gołębiowski, Mike Sherov, Mohammed Alshehri, mohs8421, monojp, mpetrovich, Mukul Hase, Myeongjin Lee, Nils Heuermann, orfc, Patricia Juarez, Patrick1701, Peter Dave Hello, Peter Kehl, petersendidit, pgpp05, Piotr Baran, piuccio, PutKettleOn, Rafael Xavier de Souza, ramijarrar, Rand Scullard, rden, rdworth, rjollos, rmacfadyen, romain-granai, Ryan Oriecuia, sandygettings, Scott González, sebfz1, sephii, shannonhochkins, shokkobon, Siebrand Mazeland, sp2, sparkybg, Spencer Davis, Spetnik, spjonez, Statocaster, stew, sup, tasso85, teh-botol, Thomas Applencourt, Thomas Meyer, Timo Tijhof, TJ VanToll, tristian2, urkle, Victor Homyakov, Ville Skyttä, Weston Ruter, WickedDevils, zerocrates.

The Road Ahead

In parallel to this release we’ve been working on several significant rewrites that will make it into future releases:

  • Datepicker and Globalize: We’re working on a full rewrite of the datepicker widget. The rewrite will feature a far simpler API that will make customizations a lot easier. The rewrite builds on top of the rewritten Globalize library, which builds on top of CLDR, a comprehensive source for globalization data.
  • Interactions: We’re working on a rewrite of our interactions like draggable, on top of pointer events, along with a polyfill to map mouse and touch events to pointer events. This will put the new interactions on an event model that works on all devices.

Comments

Note: please do NOT use the comments section of this blog post for reporting bugs. Bug reports should be filed in the jQuery UI Bug Tracker and support questions should be posted on the jQuery Forum.

If you have feedback on us doing our release for jQuery UI 1.12.1, feel free to leave a comment below. Thank you.

jQuery UI 1.12.0 Release Candidate 2

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The second release candidate for jQuery UI 1.12 is out, fixing a few regressions in our first and only beta. You can find details for the bug fixes in the changelog for 1.12.0-rc2.

If you’re new to our 1.12 pre-releases, the big changes in 1.12 are:

  • New theme: Our long-time default grayscale theme Smoothness has been succeeded by a modern theme with some colors, less gradients and some other improvements. The new theme is already live on ThemeRoller (where you can also find the ‘Smoonthness’ under the Gallery tab).
  • New widgets: Controlgroup replaces buttonset and adds support for selectmenu and the new checkboxradio widget. You can see the new widgets in action in the controlgroup and checkboxradio demos.
  • New classes option: All widgets got a new option, called classes. This gives a lot more control over visual styling and custom theming. For example, building a Bootstrap theme for jQuery UI is now a lot easier.
  • New method: The .labels() method finds all label elements associated with the first selected element, mimicking the native labels property.
  • npm/browserify/webpack support: The jquery-ui package on npm is now owned and maintained by the jQuery UI team. In addition, we’ve updated package.json and changed the directory structure to work better with tools like browserify and webpack. See Jörn Zaefferer’s demo for webpack usage information.
  • Effects overhaul: The effects API has received a major overhaul, introducing many new APIs and rewriting effects to use CSS clip for smoother and less error-prone animations. In addition, the transfer effect has been replaced with a .transfer() method.
  • Dropped jQuery 1.6.x support: jQuery UI 1.12 officially supports jQuery 1.7.0 – 2.1.4.
  • Reduced old IE support: jQuery UI 1.11 officially dropped support for IE7 but left all the existing workarounds in place. jQuery UI 1.12 has removed all of the IE7 workarounds. In addition, official support for IE8, IE9, and IE10 have been removed, but the workarounds are still in place and will be removed in 1.13. This coincides with Microsoft’s end of regular (non-extended) support for these browsers which occurred in January.
  • Bug fixes: Over 60 bugs have been fixed!

For the first time, we have our upgrade guide and API documentation ready during the pre-release phase. For a full list of changes in jQuery UI 1.12, see the list of fixed tickets. And to see what’s coming next, check out our roadmap.

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Note: please do NOT use the comments section of this blog post for reporting bugs. Bug reports should be filed in the jQuery UI Bug Tracker and support questions should be posted on the jQuery Forum.

If you have feedback on us doing our 2nd pre release for jQuery UI 1.12, feel free to leave a comment below. Thank you.

jQuery UI 1.12.0 Release Candidate 1

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The first release candidate for jQuery UI 1.12 is out, fixing a few regressions in our first and only beta. You can find details for the bug fixes in the changelog for 1.12.0-rc1.

If you’re new to our 1.12 pre-releases, the big changes in 1.12 are:

  • New theme: Our long-time default grayscale theme Smoothness has been succeeded by a modern theme with some colors, less gradients and some other improvements. The new theme is already live on ThemeRoller (where you can also find the ‘Smoonthness’ under the Gallery tab).
  • New widgets: Controlgroup replaces buttonset and adds support for selectmenu and the new checkboxradio widget. You can see the new widgets in action in the controlgroup and checkboxradio demos.
  • New classes option: All widgets got a new option, called classes. This gives a lot more control over visual styling and custom theming. For example, building a Bootstrap theme for jQuery UI is now a lot easier.
  • New method: The .labels() method finds all label elements associated with the first selected element, mimicking the native labels property.
  • npm/browserify/webpack support: The jquery-ui package on npm is now owned and maintained by the jQuery UI team. In addition, we’ve updated package.json and changed the directory structure to work better with tools like browserify and webpack. See Jörn Zaefferer’s demo for webpack usage information.
  • Effects overhaul: The effects API has received a major overhaul, introducing many new APIs and rewriting effects to use CSS clip for smoother and less error-prone animations. In addition, the transfer effect has been replaced with a .transfer() method.
  • Dropped jQuery 1.6.x support: jQuery UI 1.12 officially supports jQuery 1.7.0 – 2.1.4.
  • Reduced old IE support: jQuery UI 1.11 officially dropped support for IE7 but left all the existing workarounds in place. jQuery UI 1.12 has removed all of the IE7 workarounds. In addition, official support for IE8, IE9, and IE10 have been removed, but the workarounds are still in place and will be removed in 1.13. This coincides with Microsoft’s end of regular (non-extended) support for these browsers which occurred in January.
  • Bug fixes: Over 60 bugs have been fixed!

For the first time, we have our upgrade guide and API documentation ready during the pre-release phase. For a full list of changes in jQuery UI 1.12, see the list of fixed tickets. And to see what’s coming next, check out our roadmap.

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Note: please do NOT use the comments section of this blog post for reporting bugs. Bug reports should be filed in the jQuery UI Bug Tracker and support questions should be posted on the jQuery Forum.

If you have feedback on us doing our 2nd pre release for jQuery UI 1.12, feel free to leave a comment below. Thank you.

jQuery UI 1.12.0 Beta 1

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The first beta release for jQuery UI 1.12 is out with numerous bug fixes, updated environment support, an updated base theme, overhauled effects, new methods, and new widgets!

The big changes:

  • New widgets: Controlgroup replaces buttonset and adds support for selectmenu and the new checkboxradio widget. You can see the new widgets in action in the controlgroup and checkboxradio demos.
  • New method: The .labels() method finds all label elements associated with the first selected element, mimicking the native labels property.
  • npm/browserify/webpack support: The jquery-ui package on npm is now owned and maintained by the jQuery UI team. In addition, we’ve updated package.json and changed the directory structure to work better with tools like browserify and webpack. See Jörn Zaefferer’s demo for webpack usage information.
  • Effects overhaul: The effects API has received a major overhaul, introducing many new APIs and rewriting effects to use CSS clip for smoother and less error-prone animations. In addition, the transfer effect has been replaced with a .transfer() method.
  • Dropped jQuery 1.6.x support: jQuery UI 1.12 officially supports jQuery 1.7.0 – 2.1.4.
  • Reduced old IE support: jQuery UI 1.11 officially dropped support for IE7 but left all the existing workarounds in place. jQuery UI 1.12 has removed all of the IE7 workarounds. In addition, official support for IE8, IE9, and IE10 have been removed, but the workarounds are still in place and will be removed in 1.13. This coincides with Microsoft’s end of support for these browsers which occurred earlier this month.
  • Bug fixes: Over 50 bugs have been fixed!

For the first time, we have our upgrade guide and API documentation ready during the pre-release phase. For a full list of changes in jQuery UI 1.12, see the list of fixed tickets. And to see what’s coming next, check out our roadmap.

Download

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Comments

Note: please do NOT use the comments section of this blog post for reporting bugs. Bug reports should be filed in the jQuery UI Bug Tracker and support questions should be posted on the jQuery Forum.

If you have feedback on us doing our first beta release for jQuery UI 1.12, feel free to leave a comment below. Thank you.

jQuery UI 1.11.4

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The fourth maintenance release for jQuery UI 1.11 is out. This update brings bug fixes for Draggable, Resizable, Sortable, Accordion, Dialog, Slider, and Tooltip. For the full list of changes, see the changelog. You can download it here:

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Changelog

See the 1.11 Upgrade Guide for a list of changes that may affect you when upgrading from 1.10.x. For full details on what’s included in this release see the 1.11.4 Changelog.

Thanks

Thanks to all who helped with this release, specifically: Ablay Keldibek, AdamRMerrifield, avatarus, Ben Mosher, bugtester, creage, dsargent@gmail.com, EleventyOne, EliW, foodbaby, groonya, jamesh, joern.zaefferer, jonaslewin, ka3yc, lotjuh, Marco Ziech, Mike Sherov, Mikko Rantanen, Nils Heuermann, Patricia Juarez, Scott González, shivamtandon24, Spencer Davis, stoychev, TheDude, Timo Tijhof, TJ VanToll, totszwai, zigshanklin.

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Note: please do NOT use the comments section of this blog post for reporting bugs. Bug reports should be filed in the jQuery UI Bug Tracker and support questions should be posted on the jQuery Forum.

If you have feedback on us doing our fourth maintenance release for jQuery UI 1.11, feel free to leave a comment below. Thank you.

jQuery UI 1.11.3

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The third maintenance release for jQuery UI 1.11 is out. This update brings bug fixes for Core, Position, Resizable, Sortable, Accordion, Datepicker, Selectmenu, Slide, and Tabs. For the full list of changes, see the changelog. You can download it here:

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Changelog

See the 1.11 Upgrade Guide for a list of changes that may affect you when upgrading from 1.10.x. For full details on what’s included in this release see the 1.11.3 Changelog.

Thanks

Thanks to all who helped with this release, specifically: Aaronius, Adam Foster, Anne-Gaelle Colom, Bruno Pérel, Chen Eshchar, Deocarlos, dralshehri, dylanb, eithed, eshcharc, Giovanni Giacobbi, Jyoti Deka, Jörn Zaefferer, k_borchers, Kamilche, keith.abramo, Luke Page, Marcus Warren, meyertee, Mike Sherov, mikedehaan, mnadalin, Mohammed Alshehri, olejorgenb, Scott González, scottadmi, Thomas Meyer, TJ VanToll.

Comments

Note: please do NOT use the comments section of this blog post for reporting bugs. Bug reports should be filed in the jQuery UI Bug Tracker and support questions should be posted on the jQuery Forum.

If you have feedback on us doing our third maintenance release for jQuery UI 1.11, feel free to leave a comment below. Thank you.

jQuery UI 1.11.2

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The second maintenance release for jQuery UI 1.11 is out. This update brings bug fixes for Mouse, Widget Factory, Draggable, Droppable, Sortable, Accordion, Datepicker, Menu, Selectmenu, Slider, Tabs, and Tooltips. For the full list of changes, see the changelog. You can download it here:

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Changelog

See the 1.11 Upgrade Guide for a list of changes that may affect you when upgrading from 1.10.x. For full details on what’s included in this release see the 1.11.2 Changelog.

Thanks

Thanks to all who helped with this release, specifically: Alexander Schmitz, Andrei Picus, Aradesh, azaozz, Bacher, BardMorgan, Bob Stein, Dave Stein, dekajp, djbutler, dmitry_f, domnulnopcea, fejesjoco, fnagel, gnarf, grea, Jérémy M, julien.pacchiarotti, Jyoti Deka, Jörn Zaefferer, kyleguate, marcel.jackwerth, Mike Sherov, mlms13, NiGhTTraX, Nikos Kalogridis, petersendidit, raziel057, Richard Gibson, rosenfeld, saluce65, Scott González, Simen Bekkhus, Skaffen, sronsiek, tapapax, ThiefMaster, TJ VanToll, Trainmaster, traviscooper, Trisha Crowley, Uri Gilad, vesoljc, Xenon.

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jQuery UI 1.11.1

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The first maintenance release for jQuery UI 1.11 is out. This update brings bug fixes for Core, Widget Factory, Position, Draggable, Droppable, Resizable, Autocomplete, Datepicker, Dialog, Progressbar, Slider, Spinner, Tabs, and the CSS Framework. For the full list of changes, see the changelog. You can download it here:

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Changelog

See the 1.11 Upgrade Guide for a list of changes that may affect you when upgrading from 1.10.x. For full details on what’s included in this release see the 1.11.1 Changelog.

Thanks

Thanks to all who helped with this release, specifically: Akatsukle, andrewwhitaker, bhiggins, coolphoenix, Felix Nagel, Frederik Elvhage, Goswinus, ixtli, jacklondon, Jacques Perrault, jsonx, Jyoti Deka, Jörn Zaefferer, kamatamadai, kevin.wells, Krinkle, mathrick, Mike Sherov, mizzao, Monika Piotrowicz, patmen, poff, PRISMAY, pxc, r3dqu33n, Rafael Xavier de Souza, rod333, Rodrigo Menezes, Scott González, spjonez, TJ VanToll, Usman Akeju, usmonster, Will Holley, Yermo Lamers.

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