Including jQuery in your project
Up until Lift 2.4, we included two versions of jQuery, 1.3 and 1.4. But both are very old versions by now. After some discussions on the mailing list we decided that the best solution moving forward was to require users include their own version of jQuery.
Host your own
You can download jQuery and include it on your projects webapp/js folder (you may have to create the js folder). Then you reference this jQuery file in your template by using:
Use a CDN
Instead of downloading jQuery to your project, you just reference jQuery in your tempalte like this:
Use the lift-jquery-module module
This is a module written by one of the Lift committers, Peter
The idea behind this module is that it will provide easy jquery
upgrade/downgrade of upstream updates.
The module provides min version(s) of the jQuery file(s) in
production mode, while providing the regular
uncompressed version during development.
This is a separate module to allow rapid release cycles to keep up with jQuery upstream.
Please refer to the README.md file for instructions on using this module
If you are having problems getting started, head over to the mailing list.
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