Blaze, front-end library for Meteor, has just released version 2.6! This is a feature release which will be most noticeable for removal of deprecated APIs from before Meteor 1.0 release when Blaze was tightly integrated with Meteor. This sort of mirrors efforts from around Meteor 2.3. This should affect only super old packages, so if you get issues with this, you should really think about ditching or replacing those packages.
On a similar note
underscore has been removed from
observe-sequence package, which should be pretty much all of remaining underscore in Blaze. This is an ongoing effort to lighten up the packages.
On noticable new features we have support for arbitrary itterables in
All of that being said, work has already started on Blaze 3.0, so stay tuned for this major release!
You can get the latest Blaze by just running
#330 Removed deprecated APIs from before Meteor 1.0
- This is potentially breaking, especially for old packages and apps.
- Dependency on
spacebarspackage has been removed
Spacebars.TemplateWithhas been removed, please use
Blaze._TemplateWithif you need it.
Blaze.InOuterTemplateScopehas been removed, if you need it, you can use
Template.__define__has been removed
UI.bodyhas been removed, you should be using
Template.__body__has been removed, you should be using
Template.__body__.__contentPartshas been removed, you should be using
Template.__body__.__instantiatehas been removed, you should be using
- #341 Add support for arbitrary iterables in #each templates
- #358 Make Template.contentBlock consistent with/out data provided
- #359 Underscore has been removed from observe sequence
- Updated testing dependencies
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