So how can you make use of these functions? mQuery uses the no conflict technic that jQuery uses, so instead of your typical jQuery select $(‘#myID’).hasData(); you can use m$(‘myID’).hasData();. This way you can use mQuery you can still use all your jQuery functions that you have already written.
At the end of the day I really hope that Microsoft decides to use jQuery and publishes these custom functions as plugins. But I don’t know how realistic this is, so we might want to start using the built mQuery functions.