jQuery 3.4 arrives with nonce and nomodule support
Last year, our readers stated that jQuery is still very much alive and relevant and the jQuery team proves it with a new release! Here, we have a look at the new features and improvements in jQuery 3.4.
Last year, we heard some opinions on how jQuery is old and irrelevant, how it makes your website unnecessarily slow and how various companies, including GitHub, have documented their decision to decouple from jQuery.
But we also saw that there are those who still believe jQuery has a lot to offer. So, we decided to settle the discussion once and for all and we launched a poll!
The vast majority of the respondents has spoken: jQuery is still very much relevant and the jQuery team proves it with a new release!
jQuery 3.4 was released just yesterday and according to the official blog post, this will be the last minor release in the 3.x branch.
Let’s have a closer look at the features and improvements in 3.4.