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Meteor 1.0, jQuery 3.0, SIMD.js, Ember 1.8, looking forward to Angular 2, and more.
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JavaScript Weekly
Issue 205 — October 31, 2014
jQuery Foundation
The versioning scheme for jQuery is getting an update. The successor to 1.11.1 will be jQuery Compat 3.0 (since it’s compatible with a wider range of old browsers) and the successor to 2.1.1 will be jQuery 3.0. Both get the same version number as they share API behavior.

Igor Minar and Tobias Bosch
Big changes in syntax are afoot, and the reaction online has been quite strident including this discussion on Hacker News and articles like Have the Angular team lost their marbles?.

First linked in JavaScript Weekly 131 issues ago(!), Meteor has now reached a significant milestone. Wired has a high level overview.

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Mozilla Hacks
SIMD.js is a new API being developed by Intel, Google, and Mozilla for JavaScript which introduces several new types and functions for doing SIMD computations. (SIMD being Single Instruction Multiple Data, a family of parallel processing instructions.)

Yeoman is a collection of three tools - Yo, Grunt, and Bower - that provide scaffolding and build tools for front-end projects.

Nick Raienko


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