DOM Assistant updated to 2.5, adds CSS selector support
It’s been just three months since Robert released version 2.0 of his library, but since then he has been working hard on improving DOM Assistant even more. And that hard work has led to this week’s announcement: DOMAssistant 2.5 Released - CSS Selector Support, New AJAX Methods And More Goodies Added!.
If you read Robert’s post you will notice that there are plenty of new features and performance tweaks, but the most useful addition to me is definitely support for CSS selectors. As anyone who has used a library/framework that has support for CSS selectors will testify, it is often a lot quicker to write a CSS selector that matches the elements you want to work with than doing it “by hand”. So thanks for adding that feature, Robert. I’m sure I will be using it a lot.
For a few months I’ve been using DOM Assistant 2.0 almost daily, and I have been happy with what it does. Unfortunately I have only had limited time to beta test version 2.5, but I’m looking forward to putting it to the test once I manage to find some time.
And please, no “my library is better than yours” trolling. There are many libraries to choose from, and to each his own. No need for a war.
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