Articles in the ‘Releases’ Category

MooTools Core & More 1.3.1

Written By Christoph Pojer, on Friday, February 25th 2011, 3:05pm

The MooTools team is very happy to announce a simultaneous update of both Core and More repositories. The past year was amazing for us. We had a great hackathon in London, we gave you MooTools 1.3, added a lot of new people to our team and improved everything around the code. The results of the MooTools survey clearly showed that we are doing the right things and we intend to make MooTools even better in 2011. We spent the past weeks fixing bugs and adding new features on both projects. This is what’s new:


  • Lots (and by that I mean LOTS) of documentation improvements, clarifications and cleanups
  • Updated Slick to 1.1.5 and improved the speed of our Slick selector engine
  • Added delegation support for submit, focus, blur, reset, change and select events in MooTools More
  • If available the native JSON methods are now used in JSON.decode and JSON.encode
  • Multiple Pseudos click:relay(a):once (demo)
  • Two new pseudo events: :throttle and :pause
  • Added String.truncate to String.Extras in More
  • More than two hundred changes to increase the stability of both Core & More

I am also pleased to announce our newest addition to the MooTools More team, Jacob Thornton, who is a great developer, currently working for Twitter. He has put a substantial amount of work into making MooTools More even better.

Be sure to check out the updated demos in our new demos section.

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Announcing MooTools More 1.3

Written By Arian Stolwijk, on Friday, October 29th 2010, 8:41am

We hereby announce the immediate availability of MooTools More We have updated all of MooTools More’s code to work with the recently released Core 1.3 without 1.2 compatibility. Besides the API update, 1.3 improves stability and introduces some awesome new features.

Awesome new features? What awesome new features?


MooTools Core 1.3 Stable and MooTools More 1.3RC

Written By Christoph Pojer, on Monday, October 11th 2010, 4:11pm

Good news, everyone! We are extremely happy to announce the official release of MooTools Core 1.3 after almost a year of development. You might call us perfectionists, but we’re now ready to call the 1.3 release complete and stable. For those of you who have been waiting to make the switch, now would be the perfect time. In addition, MooTools Core 1.3 is fully backwards compatible with all documented functionality of MooTools Core 1.2, but more on that later.


MooTools Core 1.2.5

Written By Djamil Legato, on Wednesday, September 15th 2010, 6:17pm

Today we’re releasing MooTools Core 1.2.5, which can be considered the last version of the 1.2 series. 1.2.5 is a maintenance release, and contains fixes for the latest beta browsers, such as Firefox 4 beta, Chrome 6 and IE9 beta. Below, a quick changelog:

  • Fix for fireEvent under IE9 beta.
  • Forcing MooTools bind implementation to work with the latest gecko / webkit beta browsers.
  • Fixes HTML Elements creation in IE9 beta.
  • Fixed Elements garbage collection in IE.

Or, if you prefer, you can have a look at the actual code diff.

Documentation has been updated accordingly and many new Specs have been added.

As usual, you can quickly download it or build your own version.

Keep an eye out for the 1.3 release in the following days!

MooTools More,

Written By Aaron Newton, on Tuesday, February 9th 2010, 9:10pm

UPDATE: is also released; there was a new bug in Tips introduced in that was immediately patched.

This is mostly a bug fix release.

  • Nearly 50 bug fixes (see the milestone for in Lighthouse).
  • Keyboard:
    • Added some support for just pressing ‘shift’, ‘control’, or ‘alt’
    • Added a bunch of keycodes for Mac compatibility
  • Keyboard.Extras:
    • Support for “shortcuts” which are keyboard entries that have names and descriptions.
    • Also provides methods for listing all the active shortcuts as well as allowing a shortcut to be rebound (for instance, if you were to allow the user to choose a key for a shortcut).
    • Added a change event to Keyboard.manager whenever any keyboard is activated.
  • Tips:
    • NEW Tips option “windowPadding” allows you to reduce or expand the virtual size of the window for tip positioning. Defaults to {x:0, y:0}. You can use that is a workaround for the scrollbars not being considered when calculating tip positions.
  • HtmlTable:
    • fixed numerous bugs filed in Lighthouse
    • HtmlTable can no longer apply it’s click behavior more than once.
    • HtmlTable now pushes headers defined in the options.
    • Reworked HtmlTable’s DOM a bit to allow for positioning of the sort icon
    • Added new set method for headers and footers.
    • Fixed error in HtmlTable.Parsers when sorting by date. format(‘db’) was being applied to the text and not the date object.
  • Array:
    • Added Array.shuffle
  • Request.JSONP:
  • Fx.Slide:
    • Added an option to specify the wrapper element for Fx.Slide. Was already present in the docs but could not be passed as an option.
  • Mask:
    • Added options for the IframeShim for Mask

Download it with the MooTools More builder.

As usual, if you find any issues, file a ticket at lighthouse. There are already tickets open for that we are not including fixes for in this release. Look for a release for these things in the next few weeks.