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jQuery 2.0 Released | Official jQuery Blog

jQuery 2.0 Released | Official jQuery Blog | JS Objects From DB to Page | Scoop.it
You asked for it, you got it: jQuery 2.0 has arrived! As promised, this version leaves behind the older Internet Explorer 6, 7, and 8 browsers. In return it is smaller, faster, and can be used in JavaScript environments where the ...
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Thinner, for the modern browser.

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jQuery 2.0 kicks old Internet Explorer versions to the curb - Register

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jQuery 2.0 kicks old Internet Explorer versions to the curb Register "jQuery 2.0 is intended for the modern web; we've got jQuery 1.x to handle older browsers and fully expect to support it for several more years," the project's Dave Methvin said...
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Hold on to your JQuery 1.9x code. Version 2.0 says bye bye IE.

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We've Open-sourced Rendr - Airbnb Engineering

We've Open-sourced Rendr - Airbnb Engineering | JS Objects From DB to Page | Scoop.it

We first introduced Rendr, our library for running Backbone.js apps seamlessly on both the client and the server, in a blog post a few months ago.  We originally built Rendr to power our mobile web app, and in the post we explained our approach and showed some sample code. 

We’ve been blown away by the response from the community.  With 80,000 hits to the original blog post and a constant stream of questions and comments on Twitter, it quickly became clear that we’d found ourselves in the middle of a JavaScript Zeitgeist.  Many developers shared the same pain points with the traditional client-side MVC approach: poor pageload performance, lack of SEO, duplication of application logic, and context switching between languages.

The number one question we received went something like this: “When will u release Rendr???”


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Jan Hesse's curator insight, April 19, 2013 1:30 PM

to underline again: serverside Backbone, so M[precompiled V]C if you will