- Any name jQuery - so you can use multiple versions of jQuery on the same page (though I wouldn't recommend that if at all possible) - e.g.
myobj.jQuery = jQuery.noConflict(true)
- It is also faster (yet again) - although it is only slow if you call the same query a lot (hundreds) of times (e.g.
$("#myel").foo(); $("#myel").bar(); ...instead of
$myel = $("#myid"); $myel.foo(); $myel.bar(); ...
- New features:
:has()(select element only if it has (an)other element(s) in it), recursive
.noConflict(true)(see first point)
- Deprecated methods are also detailed in the blog post - i.e. they won't be in jQuery 1.2, with one exception, XPath attribute selector (deprecated in 1.1.4 and 1.2 -