Happy Holidays from the Dojo team, we’re pleased to announce updated releases!
Dojo 1.12 is now available for download or via npm or bower. Point releases are also available for versions 1.4 through 1.11!
Note that our documentation and tutorials for 1.10 remain valid for 1.11 and 1.12. 1.12 is mostly a release that fixes reported issues and adds minor feature enhancements to keep things improving while minimizing the risk of issues when upgrading. More details are available at the Dojo 1.12 release notes.
We’re getting close to the much anticipated Dojo 2. We’ve reworked our approach many times to strike what we believe is the right balance of modern and efficient to use. You may track our progress at Dojo meta and the Dojo 2 roadmap. Our current goal (no guarantees, we want to get things right rather than meet an arbitrary deadline!) is to have a beta release in Q1 2017. Let us know if you would like to get involved!
In the past month, we’ve reworked the dojo/widgets approach to simplify state management with the virtual DOM, we’ve created an initial proof of concept for dgrid 2, implemented an ES8 Observables shim to reduce the dependency size for reactive observability, made significant strides on stores and i18n for Dojo 2, and much more.
Thanks for your contributions and support this year. We made many key improvements to giving Dojo 1.x while focusing the majority of our efforts on Dojo 2. We’re very excited to release Dojo 2 in 2017.