Web’s Most Popular JavaScript Library Drops Support for Older Versions of IE

The jQuery framework has hit a huge milestone, version 2.0. This release may be most notable for what’s not in it — namely support for Internet Explorer 6, 7 and 8. If you’re a jQuery fan, but you need to continue supporting old versions of IE, fear not, jQuery 1.9 will continue to be supported for some time to come.
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First Firefox OS Developer Phones Sell Out

The first Firefox OS phones hit the market today and have already sold out. The two models available were not even aimed at consumers. Instead these are developer preview devices for those who’d like to get a jump on building apps for Firefox OS. Clearly quite a few developers want to do just that. Geeksphone, the manufacturer of the two phones, is hoping to have more available for sale later this week.
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Nginx Server Speeds Up the Tubes With ‘SPDY’ Support

The Nginx server is the latest in what’s now a long list of companies and tools supporting the proposed HTTP successor, SPDY. SPDY promises to speed up website load times by up to 40 percent, which makes it a perfect fit for the already fast and lightweight Nginx server.
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