YUI 3.6.0 PR1 Is Now Available

By Jenny DonnellyMay 11th, 2012

We are pleased to announce the availability of YUI 3.6.0 PR1 for community testing and feedback. Please take a moment to check it out via CDN or download.

Here are the target dates for all YUI 3.6.0 milestones:

  • PR1 – May 8, 2012
  • PR2 – June 12, 2012
  • PR3 – July 17, 2012
  • GA – July 31, 2012

An overview of items we are working on for YUI 3.6.0 include:

  • ScrollView enhancements
  • DataTable features and performance improvements
  • Charts bug fixes
  • Image preview feature in Uploader
  • Popup Calendar
  • YUI seed and global refactored for performance

We are also taking steps to condense our development cycle so that we can transition to monthly releases in the near future.

The list of issues addressed in 3.6.0 PR1 and the full list of issues targeted for 3.6.0 are available in our bug tracker.

We invite you to join the ongoing development discussions happening with the team over on GitHub.

We look forward to your continued feedback!

5 Comments

  1. Felipe Gasper said:
    May 18, 2012 at 1:28 pm

    Any progress on TreeView?

  2. That’s great news!
    I have the same question with Felipe Gasper.

  3. Without treeview, paginator, and all the little things that make YUI2 work out of the box, I can safely say YUI3 is not enterprise ready. We’re still on YUI2 and even Yahoo is still on YUI2 for its ticketing system.

    http://yuilibrary.com/projects/yui3/report/1

  4. Allen Rabinovich said:
    June 5, 2012 at 5:27 pm

    We are currently working on TreeView for YUI 3. A preview is available in the YUI 3 Gallery, and we expect TreeView to become part of the YUI 3 core as soon as it’s possible. We can’t state unequivocally that it’s going to happen in YUI 3.6, but we are hard at work on it.

  5. Also, YUI3 is very unstable. You guys keep changing the API it’s making me so mad. API is supposed to be static and any changes are minimum.

    YUI 2 is very very stable. Granted, it’s slightly outdated but not by much. Everything I wanted in YUI 3 I have in YUI 2 (except some of the non-SWF components and other stuff)