Microsoft and Nokia adopt jQuery

Announced on the jQuery blog, and by John Resig here at the Ajax Experience, jQuery is being adopted by Microsoft and Nokia as part of their official development platform. Microsoft will distribute the framework with Visual Studio and will build UI widgets to run on top of jQuery. Nokia is looking to use jQuery to develop applications for their WebKit-based Web Run-Time. To make this news even sweeter, Microsoft and Nokia aren’t looking to make any modifications to jQuery (both in the form of code or licensing) - they plan to use it as-is. This is some very exciting news and we'd like to congratulate the jQuery team on this milestone!

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