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We have a quick update following the release of 0.14.1 last week. It turns out we broke a couple things in the development build of React when using Internet Explorer. Luckily it was only the development build, so your production applications were unaffected. This release is mostly to address those issues. There is one notable change if consuming React from npm. For the
react-dom package, we moved
react from a regular dependency to a peer dependency. This will impact very few people as these two are typically installed together at the top level, but it will fix some issues with dependencies of installed components also using
react as a peer dependency.
The release is now available for download:
Dev build with warnings: https://fb.me/react-0.14.2.js
Minified build for production: https://fb.me/react-0.14.2.min.js
- React with Add-Ons
Dev build with warnings: https://fb.me/react-with-addons-0.14.2.js
Minified build for production: https://fb.me/react-with-addons-0.14.2.min.js
- React DOM (include React in the page before React DOM)
Dev build with warnings: https://fb.me/react-dom-0.14.2.js
Minified build for production: https://fb.me/react-dom-0.14.2.min.js
We’ve also published version
0.14.2 of the
react-dom, and addons packages on npm and the
react package on bower.
- Fixed bug with development build preventing events from firing in some versions of Internet Explorer & Edge
- Fixed bug with development build when using es5-sham in older versions of Internet Explorer
- Added support for
- Fixed bug resulting in
childrenprop being coerced to a string for custom elements, which was not the desired behavior.
peerDependenciesto match expectations and align with