14 March 2017 - elementals.js 2.0 RC 3 -- a cold day in hell
By Jason M. Knight (aka Deathshadow)

Release candidate 3 of elementals.js has been released. There were minor bugfixes in a couple functions, but the big addition is the "replace" type to _.nodeAdd which basically does the same as Element.parentNode.replaceChild(newElement, Element);. Might prove handy in a number of cases such as when creating a new wrapping DIV to replace an existing one so that innerHTML can be applied to an element before it is on the DOM.

Due to the relatively minor changes and zero user-facing changes in existing functionality, I am not pushing the planned production release date of 25 March 2017 forward with this release as is typical for a new RC.

With the winter storm barelling in to ravage the area tomorrow, figured I'd at least toss something up on the site before I end up going without power for a bit. NOT that I'll probably lose power or if so for very long, but I grew up in the Commiewealth of Taxachusetts where if the wind blew you went a week without power almost entirely due to the incompetance of the electric company. Normally I wouldn't worry as PSNH never showed that level of ineptitude, but it's not PSNH anymore it's this company called "Eversource" that apparently merged with N-Star meaning that many fo the people running it used to work for Con Ed...

Meaning every corner that can be cut is being cut, meaning I'm... less than hopeful -- and to be frank, I'm already unimpressed with service since the buyout/merger/whatever.


  • elementals.js
    A lightweight JavaScript library focusing on cross browser support, ECMAScript polyfills, and DOM manipulation.
  • eFlipper.js
    An image carousel script using elementals.js
  • eProgress.js
    A JavaScript controllable progress bar using elementals.js. Based on the nProgress project that relies on the much heavier jQuery library.


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