Today we release MooTools Core 1.4.3 which is a small maintenance release. Upgrading from 1.4.2 should not cause any backward incompatibilities. We recommend that all users upgrade to 1.4.3 as soon as possible.
Jon Bomgardner is a contributor to the jxlib.org project. After recently joining the MooTools Developer mailing list and sharing his experience in upgrading jxlib to MooTools 1.4.2 we asked him to share his work here on the blog.
What is JxLib
Those of you who follow my work over on Clientcide may already be familiar with it, but for the rest of you I wanted to write a blog posts here on MooTools.net about the work I’ve been doing on a library called Behavior - a throwback to the behavior.js library released way back in 2005 which one might consider to be philosophically an ancestor of sorts.
All well-written web sites / apps that are interactive have the same basic pattern:
Today we release MooTools Core 1.4.2 which is a small maintenance release. Upgrading from 1.4.1 should not cause any backward incompatibilities. We recommend all users upgrade to 1.4.2 as soon as possible.
Just a quick update to let you know we’ve added comments through Disqus to all Forge plugins.
If you’re a plugin owner, you can subscribe by going to your plugin page and clicking ‘subscribe by email’ at the bottom.
Remember, if you find a bug in a plugin, you should always report it in that repository’s Github Issues.
As it stands, all comments will need to be moderated before they appear, just to make sure we don’t get trolled / spammed and we’re really looking forward to adding the ability to comment to the other parts of the website - particularly in documentation.
Thanks to Aaron for making this happen!