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Will you move to jQuery 2.0 (and drop IE 6,7 and 8 support)?

Survey period: 22 Apr 2013 to 29 Apr 2013

jQuery 2.0 has been released and drops support for IE8,7 and 6. Will you, too, drop IE6,7 and 8 support?

OptionVotes% 
Yes37529.48375 votes, 29.48%
Maybe21416.82214 votes, 16.82%
No31624.84316 votes, 24.84%
I don't use jQuery37029.09370 votes, 29.09%



 
GeneralThis is not Black or White... PinmemberAlexCode22-Apr-13 2:13 
GeneralRe: This is not Black or White... PinmemberW Balboos23-Apr-13 1:23 
GeneralRe: This is not Black or White... PinprofessionalAlexCode23-Apr-13 1:57 
GeneralDepends on client Pinprofessional@AmitGajjar21-Apr-13 22:59 
GeneralNo PinprofessionalSimon_Whale21-Apr-13 22:41 
GeneralIt depends PinmemberAlluvialDeposit21-Apr-13 20:07 
GeneralRe: It depends PinmemberAlbert Holguin22-Apr-13 3:00 
GeneralYes. Pinprofessional_Amy21-Apr-13 20:00 
Will you move to jQuery 2.0 (and drop IE 6,7 and 8 support)?:
We'll have to change according to the changes in technology.

Yes, very soon I gonna drop it.
I wish, I could have written for my mind:
Mind.AsEnumerable().Where(m => m["EmptyCorner"] == "").ToList().ForEach(s => s.SetField("EmptyCorner", "C#, Asp.net, Linq, Java, .....Everyting"));
Mind.AcceptChanges();
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GeneralDropping... PinmemberDennis E White21-Apr-13 19:18 
GeneralNot right now PinprofessionalRutvik Dave21-Apr-13 18:45 
GeneralRe: Not right now PinmemberGregoryW21-Apr-13 19:14 
GeneralRe: Not right now PinmemberForogar22-Apr-13 5:54 
GeneralRe: Not right now Pinmember GeekBond 22-Apr-13 6:47 

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