AdSanity 1.0.3: WordPress 3.5 Maintenance Release

WordPress 3.5 is right around the corner, and it introduces some really awesome changes. Unfortunately it also ships with a new version of jQuery. We depend on this javascript library for functionality around reporting, and a few other interface things. The new version of jQuery broke something in the jQuery UI datepicker widget that we use. Luckily, since version 3.3, WordPress has shipped with a compatible version of the datepicker widget code. While we have a bunch of things in development for AdSanity 1.1, we couldn’t let you upgrade WordPress only to find that the AdSanity interface is broken. Thanks to the magic of git for version control, we were able to put together a quick patch that will make AdSanity even more future proof with regards to javascript compatibility. We recommend that you upgrade AdSanity even before WordPress 3.5 ships, it’s backwards compatible. We even snuck in a couple of other little fixes that have been nagging us for a long time. See the changelog in the update panel if you’re interested in those.

To address the elephant in the room. We’ve obviously missed our projected completion dates of AdSanity 1.1. We’re sorry to keep everyone waiting for new features. I’ve said this in person to a few folks already, but we want you to know that we want to make sure to get these new features right. The last thing we want to do is rush a release and have things not work or introduce unnecessary inefficiencies. Hang in there and we’ll get it out as soon as we can.

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