jQuery UI 1.7.0 Changelog

Released on March 3, 2009 link SummaryThis release adds one new widget: Progressbar. It also modifies other widgets to utilize the new jQuery UI CSS Framework. link Core Added: metadata support to the widget factory. (#3187) Added: trigger method for triggering callbacks and events in widget factory. Added: :data selector that matches elements that have … Continue reading

jQuery UI 1.11 Upgrade Guide

Overview General changes Renamed files AMD support Bower support Simplified custom and quick downloads Discontinued IE7 Support Core Deprecated .focus( n ) Deprecated .zIndex() Removed $.ui.hasScroll() Removed $.ui.keyCode.NUMPAD_*. Accordion Removed content property in create event Dialog Removed deprecated position handling Switch back to shuffling z-index, but only look at ui-front siblings. Position Removed offset option; … Continue reading

jQuery UI 1.5.0 Changelog

Released on June 8, 2008 link jQuery Enchant effects suite now part of jQuery UI Can be used standalone without UI core Extends the native jQuery API Advanced easing functions Class transitions (morphing): $("div").addClass("green", "slow") Color animations: Accepts hex, rgb and names link more than 16 stand-alone effects everything known from script.aculo.us, but highly configurable … Continue reading

jQuery UI 1.6.0 Changelog

Released on April 16, 2009 link GeneralWhat was originally planned as the 1.6 release was moved over to the 1.7 release. The final 1.6 release is 1.6rc2 plus fixes. This is a legacy compatibility release for those still using jQuery 1.2.6. link Core Widget factory: Added trigger method for triggering callbacks and events. cleaned up … Continue reading

jQuery UI 1.8.4 Changelog

Released on August 5, 2010 Because of the short lifespan of jQuery UI 1.8.3, this changelog includes all changes made in 1.8.3 and 1.8.4. link All Added: Define a local undefined variable inside the main closure. (21aad10) Added: Updated copyright headers to make it clear that you can choose between MIT and GPLv2. Added links … Continue reading

jQuery UI 1.9 Upgrade Guide

Overview API Redesigns Preparing for jQuery UI 1.10 Core Added .uniqueId() and .removeUniqueId() methods Deprecated .disableSelection() and .enableSelection() Deprecated $.ui.contains Removed modifier keys from $.ui.keyCode Changed naming convention for .data() keys Accordion Added data to the create event Headers no longer require a child anchor element Deprecated changestart event; renamed to beforeActivate Allow Canceling the … Continue reading

jQuery UI 1.8.16 Changelog

Released on August 15, 2011 link Core & Utilitieslink Mouse Fixed: Nested draggables problem in IE. (#4333, 14ab4f4) Fixed: Error in IE 8 with disabled inputs. (#7620, c5799b5) link Widget Factory Fixed: jQuery.data throws a script error in certain circumstances. (#7510, c7c5b6b) link Interactionslink Draggable Fixed: iframeFix always runs with old versions of jQuery. (#7632, … Continue reading

jQuery UI 1.10 Upgrade Guide

Overview API Redesigns Preparing for jQuery UI 1.11 Removed support for IE6 Improved download builder Core Removed $.ui.isOver() and $.ui.isOverAxis() methods Removed $.ui.contains() method; use $.contains() Accordion Added ability to add/remove panels Removed changestart event; use beforeActivate Removed change event; use activate Removed resize method; use refresh Removed animated option; use animate Removed icons.headerSelected option; … Continue reading

Development Center

Development Status Check out our Roadmap to find out what we're working on. We're also working on our new sites. All of our sites are on GitHub, with the repositories named after the respective domain. For example, the repository for this site is jquery/jqueryui.com. Reporting Bugs Before filing a bug report, there are a few … Continue reading

Support Center

The jQuery UI community is very active and provides a friendly, helpful environment when you need development advice or have ideas on how to improve a script, stylesheet, documentation, or any other part of the project. The jQuery UI team encourages everyone to actively participate in the development of the library. Community Support Browse the … Continue reading