JQuery has split into two versions.
JQuery 2.x does not support IE6/7/8 Any longer. If you plan to support browsers before IE9 you must use JQuery 1.x
Updating JQuery will update your package to version 2+ of JQuery. This package is JQuery1 and can be installed along with jQuery in the same project.
At the top of your View you would then include a directive for example like this.
<!--[if lt IE 9]>
<!--[if gte IE 9]><!-->
According to JQuery there will be new versions of JQuery 1.x in the future. This package will be updated to reflect that change and ease deployment.
Updated in this minor update is better support for Project using SCC.
The Powershell script will now CHECK OUT the _references file
if it isn't already checked out before modification.
If you have JQuery 2 installed. This Package will use more a specific regex to
modify the _references file to not remove JQuery 2 references and will correctly
remove and add references for JQuery 1 in the event you uninstall-package JQuery1
Install-Package jQuery1 -Version 1.11.2
dotnet add package jQuery1 --version 1.11.2
<PackageReference Include="jQuery1" Version="1.11.2" />
paket add jQuery1 --version 1.11.2
This package has no dependencies.
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