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The State of jQuery 2013
The State of jQuery 2013
The State of jQuery 2013
The State of jQuery 2013
The State of jQuery 2013
The State of jQuery 2013
The State of jQuery 2013
The State of jQuery 2013
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The State of jQuery 2013

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jQuery has grown over 7 years to become the most widely used JavaScript library ever. This talk will cover the current state of jQuery and related projects, jQuery UI, jQuery Mobile, QUnit, and …

jQuery has grown over 7 years to become the most widely used JavaScript library ever. This talk will cover the current state of jQuery and related projects, jQuery UI, jQuery Mobile, QUnit, and TestSwarm. We will also discuss the jQuery Foundation, which supports the development of these and the community around them.

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  • 1. jQuery Europe 2013
  • 2. Richard Worth
  • 3. Richard Worth
  • 4. The Stateof jQuery
  • 5. 5
  • 6. Library
  • 7. jQuery Core
  • 8. User Interface Suite
  • 9. jQuery UI
  • 10. MobileFramework
  • 11. jQuery Mobile
  • 12. Team
  • 13. Community
  • 14. jQuery Core
  • 15. 55.7%
  • 16. “standard library of the web”Yehuda Katz, Oct 2010
  • 17. DOM ManipulationAnimationsEventsAjax
  • 18. Scope
  • 19. jQuery v 1.9.1
  • 20. More CSS3 Selectors.finish()Source Maps
  • 21. Streamlined API
  • 22. Broken Code
  • 23. Major Release
  • 24. .../jquery/1.9.1/jquery.min.js
  • 25. .../jquery/1.9.1/jquery.min.js .../jquery/1/jquery.min.js
  • 26. jQuery Migrate
  • 27. <scriptsrc="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.9.1.js"></script><scriptsrc="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-migrate-1.1.1.js"></script>
  • 28. jQuery v 2.0
  • 29. jQuery v 1.9.xjQuery v 2.0.x
  • 30. jQuery v 2.0
  • 31. jQuery v 1.9
  • 32. 1.9 API = 2.0 API
  • 33. <!--[if lt IE 9]> <script src="jquery-1.9.1.js"></script><![endif]--><!--[if gte IE 9]><!--> <script src="jquery-2.0.0.js"><</script><!--<![endif]-->
  • 34. jQuery UI
  • 35. 16.7%
  • 36. 1.9
  • 37. 1.91.8 ... 1.8.24
  • 38. 3mos between 1.9 and 1.10
  • 39. jQuery UI v 1.10.1
  • 40. API RedesignsImproved a11yDeprecated APIsNo more IE6 support
  • 41. api.jqueryui.com
  • 42. api.jqueryui.com/dialog
  • 43. api.jqueryui.com/accordion#events
  • 44. 2.0 Roadmap
  • 45. “Our goal is to have a completely refreshed project with the2.0 release. We will have a much simpler API, better stability, full documentation and a full test suite for every plugin.”
  • 46. jQuery Mobile
  • 47. jQuery Mobile v 1.3
  • 48. api.jquerymobile.com
  • 49. Teamjquery.org/team
  • 50. 50 Active Team Members
  • 51. Most arevolunteers
  • 52. CodingBug TriageSupportDeveloper Relations
  • 53. TestingInfrastructureEventsStandards
  • 54. Join us!
  • 55. contribute.jquery.org
  • 56. Community
  • 57. 55.7%
  • 58. 63.2%
  • 59. 90.7%
  • 60. trends.builtwith.com W3Techs
  • 61. Top 50 JavaScript
  • 62. Top 50 JavaScript 25 are jQuery
  • 63. Brand new!plugins.jquery.com
  • 64. No loginsNo uploading No spam
  • 65. Publish on GitHubAdd .jquery.jsonAdd GitHub hook
  • 66. Learning
  • 67. Brand new!learn.jquery.com
  • 68. GitHub Websitesgithub.com/jquery
  • 69. jQuery Foundation
  • 70. 1) Support the development of jQuery, jQuery UI, jQuery Mobile, QUnit, and Sizzle Mission
  • 71. 2) Develop documentation and support resources for all jQuery projects Mission
  • 72. 3) Foster and grow the jQuery Community Mission
  • 73. Standards
  • 74. W3C
  • 75. ECMA (TC-39)
  • 76. Yehuda KatzRick Waldron
  • 77. Membership Program
  • 78. Website RecognitionConference Benefits Hosting Events Companies
  • 79. Founding Members
  • 80. Gold-level Members
  • 81. Stickers & Buttons Gifts: T-shirts Hoodies, BagsIndividual Members
  • 82. membership@jquery.org
  • 83. Getting Involved
  • 84. github.com/jqueryforum.jquery.com irc.jquery.orgjquery.org/meeting
  • 85. richard@jquery.com

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