A JQuery-migrate Console Trick
I was recently testing jquery-migrate 3.3.1 upgrade from 3.0.0. The question came up about why we are still using migrate.
Its not us – its them.
Zombie libraries that still use outdated, deprecated shortcut names and methods of older versions of the JQuery API.
Anyway, with the build process we use it is not easy to replace the minified migrate file with the unminified debug version that tells you all the places your code hasn’t aged well.
I had already put this in the command line to make sure I was on the right version:
and then realized I could add more value with this:
$.migrateVersion + ', ' + $.migrateWarnings
This gives a list of every warning even if you are running the minified version, which for me was enough to see where to look in the source code and libraries and tally up how many changes would be needed.
Be aware that the warnings are based on a simple pattern matcher. If you use lodash isFunction() JQuery will still list it as deprecated. Annoying.