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When will we see an update to jQuery instead of Spry?

Thread began 3/25/2013 10:55 am by neo314 | Last modified 10/02/2013 4:29 pm by neo314 | 4205 views | 24 replies


When will we see an update to jQuery instead of Spry?

Any ideas when we might see the update that changes over to jQuery from Spry. I can't use any wizard generated validation because I can't customize Spry the way I can jQuery, I don't want to have part jQuery part Spry, and I don't want to make new sites with a "dead" project (thanks Adobe).

I know the collection of multiple extensions into the now larger packages with some integration through the wizards makes this a big job, but I would like to see WA treat as urgent, the updating of extensions that contain dead technology.

Spry has really been dead for a while, but clearly announced in August at least.


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