The newest version, 1.4 of jQuery was released yesterday. You can download it and watch the Q&A about the release at the official homepage jquery14.com. Also I found this great list of the 15 new features you must know.
Go check it out…
I was working today on converting one of our larger web applications over to a Visual Studio 2010 project. Once I had converted the web application and related custom assemblies, I was curious to see what differences there were in the project files. Please note that I am referring to the actual .csproj (for a C# project) files, which are actually just XML files.
Here are the differences that I found:
<ProductName>.NET Framework 3.5 SP1 Client Profile</ProductName>
<ProductName>.NET Framework 3.5 SP1</ProductName>
<ProductName>Windows Installer 3.1</ProductName>
So it does not look like the differences are all that major, just adding some new elements for the most part. This will be useful if I ever need to switch a project file back and forth between the two VS versions.