The Dojo team is very excited to announce the immediate release of Dojo 1.9!
This release would not have been possible without significant contributions from the Dojo team. Special thanks to Adam Peller, Adrian Vasiliu, Ben Hockey, Bill Keese, Brandon Payton, Brian Arnold, Bryan Forbes, Christophe Jolif, Colin Snover, Damien Mandrioli, Doug Hays, Dylan Schiemann, Ed Chatelain, Eric Durocher, Evan Huang, Ken Franqueiro, Kitson Kelly, Kris Zyp, Mangala Sadhu Sangeet Singh Khalsa, Patrick Ruzand, Paul Bouchon, Rawld Gill, Sergey Grebnov, Yoshiroh Kamiyama, and dozens of others, and to IBM, SitePen, AltoViso, and BlackBerry for their generous contributions of development time and financial support.
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Release Notes and Documentation
Dojo 1.9 is primarily a stability and bug fix release, with over 700 issues resolved. Read the Dojo 1.9 release notes for the complete list of what’s new and improved in 1.9. API features and enhancements primarily occurred within the following areas:
- Mobile and touch events
- Dijit support for mobile
- Dijit enhancements and additions
- BlackBerry 10
- IE 10/Windows Phone 8, Windows Surface/RT
- iOS and Android theme refinements
- dojox/charting and dojox/gfx
- Source maps
What’s Next? 1.9.1, 1.10, and 2.0
We continue working on Dojo 2.0 core. We continue to issue periodic maintenance releases on 1.4+, primarily to fix issues when new browsers are released. We will likely will have a 1.10 release for anything that might change or enhance an API, or backport key improvements made for 2.0.
We’ve also just released 1.8.4, which is now available for download, as well as via the CDN.
We hope you’ll find Dojo 1.9 to be exceptionally stable and reliable. Please let us know if you run into any issues by opening a ticket. If you find a problem in the documentation, you can also provide feedback via the link at the bottom of every page. We also encourage you to get involved, to help improve Dojo and to work on Dojo 2.0. We hope you find value in using Dojo 1.9!