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

About jQuery UI

jQuery UI is a curated set of user interface interactions, effects, widgets, and themes built on top of the jQuery JavaScript Library. Whether you're building highly interactive web applications or you just need to add a date picker to a form control, jQuery UI is the perfect choice. link Vision and Goalslink Collaborative design processThe … Continue reading

jQuery UI 1.11.0 Changelog

Released on June 26, 2014 link General Removed: Support for IE7. (#9841) Added: Selectmenu widget. Added: AMD support via UMD wrappers. (96e027e, 1216e2a) Added: Bower support. (#9465, e837d11) Added: Windows 8 touch support. (#9709, #9710, 28310ff) Renamed: jquery.js to exclude version in filename. (a40647f) Renamed: All files, removing the "jquery.ui." prefix. (#9464, 21154cf, 086dad6) link … Continue reading


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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

Browser Support

link Current Active SupportjQuery UI 1.13.x supports the following browsers: Chrome: (Current – 1) or Current Firefox: (Current – 1) or Current Safari: (Current – 1) or Current Opera: (Current – 1) or Current IE: 11 Edge: (Current – 1) or Current Any problem with jQuery UI in the above browsers should be reported as … 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