How to fix the jQuery Migrate warning in Magento 2?

To remove the warning JQMIGRATE: jQuery.attrFn is deprecated from the console, you must first create a storefront theme and apply it to your store. Within your theme directory, you create/modify the app/design/frontend/<module_folder>/<theme_folder>/requirejs-config.js file. Replace <module_folder>/<theme_folder> with your own.

var config = {
    shim: {
        'jquery/jquery-migrate': {
            init: function () {
                jQuery.migrateMute = true;
                jQuery.migrateTrace = false;

Clear cache and redeploy.

The warning JQMIGRATE: jQuery.attrFn is deprecated is gone. We are still getting a log message:

To remove JQMIGRATE all together, you need to create and apply a custom patch like the following file:


diff --git a/view/base/requirejs-config.js b/view/base/requirejs-config.js
--- a/view/base/requirejs-config.js
+++ b/view/base/requirejs-config.js
@@ -14,7 +14,6 @@ var config = {
     shim: {
-        'jquery/jquery-migrate': ['jquery'],
         'jquery/jstree/jquery.hotkeys': ['jquery'],
         'jquery/hover-intent': ['jquery'],
         'mage/adminhtml/backup': ['prototype'],
@@ -40,9 +39,6 @@ var config = {
         'tinycolor': 'jquery/spectrum/tinycolor',
         'jquery-ui-modules': 'jquery/ui-modules'
-    deps: [
-        'jquery/jquery-migrate'
-    ],
     config: {
         mixins: {
             'jquery/jstree/jquery.jstree': {

You can use the cweagans/composer-patches plugin to apply it to your Composer-based Magento 2 installation.

To apply the patch, edit the composer.json file, specifying the patch location:

"extra": {
        "magento-force": "override",
        "composer-exit-on-patch-failure": true,
        "patches": {
            "magento/module-theme": {
                "Remove JQMigrate": "patches/theme/remove-jquery-migrate.patch"

Apply the patch. Use the -v option only if you want to see debugging information.

composer -v install

Update the composer.lock file. The lock file tracks which patches have been applied to each Composer package in an object.

composer update --lock

Clear cache and redeploy.

Here are a few more console warnings you may want to fix in Magento:

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