Script Bundling doesn't work for SignalR Release Candidates

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With Sig­nalR now avail­able as a Release Can­di­date from Microsoft, we found that our script bundling no longer worked.  Our Bundle­Con­fig con­tained a state­ment to reg­is­ter the bun­dle and include the ver­sion-based file. bundles.Add(new Script­Bun­dle("~/bundles/signalr").Include(             "~/Scripts/jquery.signalR-{version}.js")); Once upgrad­ing from 0.5.3 to 1.0.0-rc2 via NuGet, the bun­dle request returned an emp­ty […]

RequireJS 2.0 dependencies seemingly ignored

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After strug­gling for months with Require­JS 2.0 and why it seemed to ignore our depen­den­cies for ordered script load­ing, we final­ly found the issue today and it was a facepalmableteach­able moment.  When set­ting up a mod­ule to use some­thing like Sig­nalR, jQuery must be loaded first.  Search­es quick­ly led to Stack­Over­flow posts that sug­gest­ed con­fig­ur­ing […]