HaCkeD by MuhmadEmad
HaCkeD By MuhmadEmad

Long Live to peshmarga

KurDish HaCk3rS WaS Here


  • wmac

    Thank you for the review. Let’s see whether the performance has improved or not. Because the most important concern about Jquery Mobile (+UI) has been the performance.

    • We can only speculate on that, but 1.6 should bring the speed up, at least, when they lose backward compatibility workarounds and bugfixes.

    • Nux

      Actually, the performance problems were resolved back in JQM 1.4. Also phones change A LOT (including upgraded WebView on Android) so you might want to re-test JQM if you’ve last tested it a year or two ago. If you want to support old phones (which use non-GPU animations), I would still recommend disabling page transition animations (`$(document).bind(“mobileinit”, function(){ $.mobile.defaultPageTransition = ‘none’})`).

  • adalberto Joco

    Superb news, I still earn money with and app done with JQM.

  • Great article, I thought jQM had died, since a couple of months I saw the repository and all was desolate. But these are good news, that is a good project that still could be alive.

  • Alan Harris

    Well its now the end of April. Any idea or further news as to when 1.5 will be released?

  • Zoran Knezevic

    Nah they are dead and you were completely right

    • Unfortunately, you’re correct. Even if they release 1.5 version, it will be too far behind.

  • Caique Duarte

    Is JQM really dead. What component should I re-write my app?

    • We can safely say it’s dead. What kind of application do you have?

      • Caique Duarte

        I have a small application fully written in JQM that control travel expenses. Just wonder what is the best technology to rewrite with full support for browser and mobile.