Saturday, November 1, 2014

jQuery 3.0 and the future of Web development

In the eight years since its initial release, jQuery has become the foundation of the modern Web. The popular cross-platform library has become bundled and intertwined with countless websites, developer tools and with JavaScript itself.

The next step for the open-source platform is jQuery 3.0. In a recent blog post entitled “jQuery 3.0: The Next Generations”, jQuery development team core lead and jQuery Foundation president Dave Methvin previewed what developers can expect going forward in jQuery’s next release. SD Times spoke with Methvin about the rise of the JavaScript library over the past decade, how jQuery has changed and where the platform, and ultimately Web development, is headed.

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