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The most stable version of jQuery

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Hi E's, if you start a new project today, what version of jQuery you would use?
What is the most stable version of jQuery currently?

The best regards, JC
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Go on jquery.com, it's currently 1.11 or 2.1(no support to IE version lower than 9)
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What is the most stable version of jQuery currently?
You're not asking the right question.  The real question is what version do you need for the work you're going to do.  If you're going to use the 'newest' versions of some of the jQuery plugins, then you will need the newest version of jQuery itself.
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