The Linux Foundation Helps Launch the JS Foundation
The Linux Foundation previously helped create the Node.js Foundation in 2015, after the Node.js community almost tore itself to shreds, forking the original Node.js codebase into two different projects io.js and Node.js.
After the creation of the Node.js Foundation under the tutelage of the Linux Foundation, the two projects merged back into one single codebase and everything is fine again in the Node.js community.
The list of founding members includes Bocoup, IBM, Ripple, Samsung, Sauce Labs, Sense Tecnic Systems, SitePen, StackPath, University of Westminster and WebsiteSetup.
In alphabetical order, the JS Foundation's initial projects are Appium, Chassis, Dojo Toolkit, ESLint, Esprima, Globalize, Grunt, Interledger.js, Intern, Jed, JerryScript, jQuery, jQuery Mobile, jQuery UI, Lodash, Mocha, Moment, Node-RED, PEP, QUnit, RequireJS, Sizzle, and webpack.
The jQuery Foundation is now the JS Foundation, you can follow the Foundation on @the_jsf and the jQuery project here on @jquery ! ― jquery (@jquery) October 17, 2016
While jQuery usage has gone down, many developers have argued if the jQuery framework is still relevant today, with more efficient tools available on the market.
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