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0.10.11

  • Allow incoming connections to "fan out" to multiple methods by supplying an array of method names (or pipelines).

0.10.10

0.10.9

  • Allow arbitrarily deep dot traversal in $refs.

0.10.8

  • New $imports feature allows declaratively importing wire specs. Check out the docs for more info.
  • Minor internal unit/integration test fixes:

0.10.7

0.10.6

  • Fix semver range for when dependency (#155). Note A clean install of wire < 0.10.6 may install when.js 3.0.0, with which wire is not yet compatible. Version 0.10.6 fixes the semver spec in wire's package.json so that a compatible version of when.js 2.x will be installed.

0.10.5

0.10.4

  • Support for relative module ids, including AMD plugin resource ids in wire's cram builder plugin. (#142)
  • Improved performance in lifecycle processing, allowing components to proceed in parallel in more cases when there are no dependencies between them. (#141)

0.10.3

  • Experimental support for relative AMD plugin resource ids in wire specs. For example:
myTemplate: {
	// Find template.html relative to the current wire spec
	module: 'text!./template.html'
}

0.10.2

  • Experimental support for relative module ids in wire specs in all supported environments.
  • Fix version mismatch in bower.json

0.10.1

0.10.0

  • Support for creating and managing jQuery UI Widgets (much like the existing Dijit widget support).
  • More compact syntax for including plugins: just include the module id as a string! The object syntax is still supported as well.
  • New docs for using and creating wire plugins.
  • Many other documentation additions and improvements.
  • New APIs available to plugins for monitoring the overall state of wiring, inserting components into the current context, and more.
  • Many internal improvements:
    • Reduced overall memory usage
    • Improved wiring performance
    • Preparing for a bunch of new awesomeness in upcoming releases
  • Compatibility with when.js 1.5.0 - 2.x.
    • NOTE: wire 0.10.x is the last set of releases that will be compatible with when < 2.0.

0.9.4

0.9.3

  • Compatibility with when.js 1.5.0 - 2.0.x. If you use when >= 2.0.0, you MUST update to wire 0.9.3. There are no other changes in 0.9.3.

0.9.2

  • IE-specific fix for wire/debug's trace option. See #78

0.9.1

  • Fix for compose factory. See #69

0.9.0

0.8.2

  • Compatible with when.js v1.0.x - v1.4.x

0.8.1

  • Compatible with when.js v1.0.x - vv1.3.0

0.8.0

  • See the [[full release notes|release-notes-080]] for more detail, documentation, and examples of all the new features.
  • Node and RingoJS
  • New wire/dom/render plugin
  • Plenty of other new DOM features
  • Easier wire/aop single advices
  • Improved debugging with wire/debug

0.7.6

  • New waitParent option for the wire factory. When set to true, it guarantees a child context will not even start wiring until the encompassing parent has completed.
  • Update to when.js v1.0.2

0.7.5

  • Minor fix for using wire in a non-AMD browser environment
  • Update to when.js v0.10.4
  • Update to aop.js v0.5.2

0.7.4

  • wire/debug plugin now supports runtime app tracing. Check out the new options.
  • Fix for all known instances where wire would not notice errors that happen during wiring.
  • Baby steps toward Node compatibility for the wire.js core. We're currently targetting v0.8.0 as the first Node-compatible version.
  • Update to when.js v0.10.3
  • Update to aop.js v0.5.0

0.7.3

  • Updated wire/domReady helper to work with latest RequireJS domReady! plugin, while maintaining backward compatibility with older versions of RequireJS that use require.ready
  • Updates for compatibility with curl v0.5.4 and curl domReady! plugin
  • wire/debug plugin - Simplified solution for broken/missing console in IE < 8

0.7.2

  • Updated build/optimizer support for cram v0.2+

0.7.1

  • Improved logging in wire/debug, now with stack traces, and guards against missing console in IE.
  • Guard against null when scanning plugins
  • Update to when.js v0.9.4

0.7.0

  • New wire factory (aka wire inception!) that allows wiring chains of other specs, or injecting functions for deferred wiring. See the docs
  • wire/dojo/dijit plugin:
    • placeAt feature that allows easier placement of Dijit widgets.
    • supports easy dijit theming via its theme option
  • New wire/dojo/data plugin that supports legacy dojo/data datastores
  • wire/dom plugin now supports options for adding/removing classes to <html> during wiring.
  • Now using when.js v0.9.3 for promises and async handling. See also the Deprecated Functionality below.
  • The wire.js core is now only 2.5k with Google Closure + gzip!
  • Limited support for using wire in a non-AMD setup. This is intended to aid in transitioning to AMD and CommonJS modules, and it's unlikely that wire's full functionality will ever be extended to cover non-AMD/CommonJS environments.
    • wire.js can now create components using raw constructors in addition to AMD module ids. This allows wire.js to create components instances from libraries that haven't yet fully committed to AMD or CommonJS.
  • Deprecated functionality - to be removed in v0.8.0
    • Injecting a reference to the full current context via { $ref: 'wire!context' }
      • The components in the current context will always be in an incomplete state, and relying on this is potentially dangerous.
      • I may consider allowing injecting a promise for the current context, which would resolve after the current context has finished wiring.
      • If you were using the wire() method of a context injected via { $ref: 'wire!context' }, you can use { $ref: 'wire!' } instead, which provides a direct reference to the wire() method itself--i.e. it injects a function that works just like context.wire().
    • Many plugin methods received a wire parameter that had several promise helper methods, such as wire.when, wire.whenAll, etc. These are deprecated in favor of simply using when.js instead, which is provided as a submodule in the support dir.

0.6.0

  • wire/aop plugin: AOP weaving with pointcuts, and before, after, afterReturning, afterThrowing, after (aka "afterFinally") advice using aop.js
  • Experimental optimizer/build tool support for cram. Point cram at your wire spec and let it optimize your entire app! Docs coming soon
  • wire/debug plugin: tracks components and tells you which ones couldn't be wired and why
  • Improved memory management, especially when destroying contexts.
  • Breaking Changes
    • The plugin format has changed to support new, more powerful async plugins. See the Plugin format wiki for more information
    • wire/aop decorator and introduction options have changed. See the wire/aop wiki for more information

0.5.2

  • Fix for wire/sizzle plugin
  • Updated to work with curl v0.5 domReady.
  • NOTE wire.js v0.5.2 now requires curl.js 0.5 or later. It will also work with any recent version of RequireJS, and with dojo 1.6 or later.

0.5.1

  • create factory now supports the isConstructor option, when true, forces an object instance to be created using new.
  • Improved debug output when using wire/debug plugin,
  • Slimmed down wire/aop plugin in preparation for a new version in an upcoming release,
  • Automated unit tests using Dojo DOH,
  • Semantic versioning

0.5

  • Re-engineered core: smaller, faster, and more loader-independent,
  • Can be used as either an AMD module or an AMD plugin,
  • Tested with curl.js, and RequireJS. Should also work with the upcoming dojo 1.7 loader (but hasn't been tested yet),
  • Improved plugin system,
  • AOP plugin, wire/aop: Decorators and Introductions. Coming Soon: before, after, afterReturning, afterThrowing, and around advice,
  • Prototype factory plugin allows using the JS prototype chain to create new objects directly from other objects in your wire spec.
  • Sizzle plugin, wire/sizzle, courtesy of @unscriptable
  • Not entirely new to 0.5, but worth mentioning Dojo integration, including:
    • pubsub connector, subscribe and publish non-invasively using dojo.publish/subscribe
    • event connector that uses dojo.connect
    • easy JsonRest datastores via resource! reference resolver
    • dom.query! reference resolver that uses dojo.query