jQuery and Microsoft

While I had already decided to start a series on jQuery, this announcement pretty much solidifies the decision.  Watch this space for posts on how to use jQuery in your ASP.NET applications!

jQuery and Microsoft – ScottGu’s Blog

Other places talking about jQuery and Microsoft

  • jQuery, Microsoft, and Nokia – We have two pieces of fantastic, albeit serendipitous, news today: Both Microsoft and Nokia are taking the major step of adopting jQuery as part of their official application development platform. Not only will they be using it for …
  • jQuery and Microsoft – I’m excited today to announce that Microsoft will be shipping jQuery with Visual Studio going forward. We will distribute the jQuery JavaScript library as-is, and will not be forking or changing the source from the main jQuery branch. …
  • jQuery to ship with ASP.NET MVC and Visual Studio – Microsoft is going to make jQuery part of the official dev platform. JQuery will come with Visual Studio in the long term, and in the short term it’ll ship with ASP.NET MVC. We’ll also ship a version includes Intellisense in Visual …
  • jQuery announces partnership with Microsoft and Nokia – “In fact their [Microsoft and Nokia] developers will begin to help contribute back to the jQuery project by proposing patches, submitting test cases, and providing comprehensive testing against their runtimes. As with any contribution …
  • jQuery finds its way into Microsoft and Nokia stacks – Microsoft is looking to make jQuery part of their official development platform. Their JavaScript offering today includes the ASP.NET Ajax Framework and they’re looking to expand it with the use of jQuery. This means that jQuery will be …
  • Microsoft to adopt jQuery – Some exciting news just came out from the jQuery blog – Microsoft plans to adopt jQuery making it part of their official development platform. So it will be shipped with Visual Studio and have all that intellisense goodness. …
  • jQuery finds its way into Microsoft and Nokia stacks – Just as jQuery kicks off its first jQuery conference adjunct with The Ajax Experience in Boston tomorrow, it gets an energy boost from some big double-barrel news: Microsoft and jQuery Microsoft is l…
  • Microsoft is adopting jQuery moving forward – This is an interesting kind of move for Microsoft. Instead of building their own or trying to buy a competitor like normal, they’re recognizing that jQuery is great as it is. Using jQuery will benefit Microsoft, and I’m sure it will …

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Dave Bush is a .NET programmer and Certified ScrumMaster who is passionate about managing risk as it relates to developing software. When he is not writing or speaking about topics related to Application Lifecycle Risk Management (ALRM), he is an example to his peers as he develops web sites in the ASP.NET environment using industry best practices.