jQuery BBQ v1.1 and jQuery hashchange event v1.0


Version 1.1 brings some substantial changes to jQuery BBQ. I reorganized the plugin code substantially, which allowed the core window.onhashchange event functionality to be broken out into a separate jQuery hashchange event plugin.

The end result is that while jQuery BBQ is still just as awesome as it’s always been, if you’ve wanted just a very basic, streamlined, normalized, cross-browser jQuery hashchange event without all the extra awesomeness that BBQ provides, it’s now available separately as jQuery hashchange event.

In addition, BBQ now has a new $.bbq.removeState method, which a few people have requested, as well as updated unit tests that utilize the most recent version of QUnit.

Check out the jQuery BBQ project page as well as the new jQuery hashchange event project page for more information, and let me know what you think!

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