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Selectivity v1.1.0 improves keyboard support, adds Ruby Gem

Today I'm proud to announce the release of Selectivity.js v1.1.0. Selectivity.js is a library for displaying rich select boxes. It is intended to be lightweight and flexible and has a modular design, a build system for creating custom builds and a proper test suite.

The new version comes with a few notable changes:

Special thanks go to Konrad Jurkowski without whom this release would've been significantly less impressive. Specifically, he's developed the web forms compatibility and the Ruby on Rails gem for which there is a separate project page: https://github.com/msx2/selectivity-rails. As part of this work he has also set up our Sass support that we now use to generate our stylesheets. And last but not least, he's contributed several bugfixes as well.

Additional thanks go to everyone who has submitted Pull Requests or reported issues on GitHub!

You can install the new version through Bower, Component, the new Ruby Gem or just download the release right here: https://github.com/arendjr/selectivity/archive/v1.1.0.tar.gz