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Jquery 1.5 Sudah Dirilis Ayo Unduh para Dwebber

edited January 2011 in Share
Wah Jquery memang cepat pengembangannya dan laris manis.

Ini versi baru Jquery 1.5 sudah final dan bisa didownload.

Yang baru dari jquery 1.5:

AJAX REWRITE

Easily the largest change in this release is the complete rewrite of the Ajax module in jQuery. This rewrite helps to fix a lot of gaps that existed in the old Ajax system along with providing a higher level of consistency across the API.

Perhaps the largest change is that a call to jQuery.ajax (or jQuery.get, jQuery.post, etc.) now returns a jXHR object that provides consistency to the XMLHttpRequest object across platforms (and allows you to perform previously-impossible tasks like aborting JSONP requests).

More details concerning the new jXHR object can be found in the jQuery.ajax() documentation.

In addition to a more consistent API the Ajax system is now much more extensible – allowing you to attach all sort of data handlers, filters, and transports. These changes should open up a whole realm of new Ajax plugins that can take advantage of this extensibility. More information can be found in the Extending Ajax documentation. The team is actively soliciting feedback on the Ajax extensibility API and if you have any feedback please feel free to direct it to the Developing jQuery Forum.

DEFERRED OBJECTS

Along with the rewrite of the Ajax module a new feature was introduced which was also made publicly available: Deferred Objects. This API allows you to work with return values that may not be immediately present (such as the return result from an asynchronous Ajax request). Additionally it gives you the ability to attach multiple event handlers (something that wasn’t previously possible in the Ajax API).

For example, the following is now possible with jQuery’s internal Ajax API:

// Assign handlers immediately after making the request,
// and remember the jxhr object for this request
var jxhr = $.ajax({ url: "example.php" })
.success(function() { alert("success"); })
.error(function() { alert("error"); })
.complete(function() { alert("complete"); });

// perform other work here ...

// Set another completion function for the request above
jxhr.complete(function(){ alert("second complete"); });
Additionally you can make your own deferred objects using the exposed jQuery.Deferred. More information about this API can be found in the Deferred Object documentation.

Eric Hynds has written up a good tutorial on Using Deferreds in jQuery 1.5.

JQUERY.SUB()

jQuery now exposes a new way in which you can create and modify and clone of jQuery – all while still taking advantage of the full jQuery API. For example, you could use it to override native jQuery methods without actually affecting the methods that other users would interact with – or even create encapsulated APIs for your plugins that avoid namespace collision.

Here is a sample way to adding a method to a jQuery sub so that it isn’t exposed externally:

(function(){
var sub$ = jQuery.sub();

sub$.fn.myCustomMethod = function(){
return 'just for me';
};

sub$(document).ready(function() {
sub$('body').myCustomMethod() // 'just for me'
});
})();

typeof jQuery('body').myCustomMethod // undefined
More information about jQuery.sub() can be found in the API documentation.

Note that if you’re looking to use this for plugin development that you first, strongly, consider using something like the jQuery UI widget factory which manages both state and plugin sub-methods. Some examples of using the jQuery UI widget factory to build a plugin.

ADJACENT TRAVERSAL PERFORMANCE

In this release we’ve also been able to improve the performance of some commonly-used traversal methods: .children(), .prev(), and .next(). The speed-ups that we’re seeing are quite substantial (potentially many many times faster, depending upon the browser).
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