jQuery Mobile 1.0 Release Candidate 3 is now available for download and testing. We had originally planned on going directly to final, but we’ve been fixing lots of bugs and making performance tweaks and wanted to make sure 1.0 final was solid. Unless we find a serious regression, RC3 will become 1.0 final later this week, so consider this a preview.
Some of the key changes for RC3 include:
- Page enhancement performance improved
- New config switch for turning off automatic link handling
- Support for specifying an overlay theme for both dialogs and custom select menus
- More documentation
- Lots of bug fixes
One important detail to note is that jQuery Mobile 1.0 is being tested and released against jQuery 1.6.4. We will officially switch over to jQuery 1.7 in the jQuery Mobile 1.1 release.
Full details can be found here:
For information on how to download or insert jQuery Mobile into your pages, go here:
A demo of jQuery Mobile 1.0 RC3 can also be found here:
The team is currently focused on testing and updating documentation. If you have any issues or enhancement requests, please file them in the jQuery Mobile issue tracker on GitHub so they can be considered/addressed for the 1.0 final or later release: