(Now More Than Ever) You Might Not Need jQuery | CSS-Tricks


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Let's go through some new vanilla alternatives to jQuery methods.
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Let's go through some new vanilla alternatives to jQuery methods.
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august 2017 by philapple
The DOM and native browser API's have improved by leaps and bounds since jQuery's release all the way back in 2006. People have been writing "You Might Not
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august 2017 by npostulart
The DOM and native browser API's have improved by leaps and bounds since jQuery's release all the way back in 2006. People have been writing "You Might Not Need jQuery" articles since 2013 (see this classic site and this classic repo).
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july 2017 by iiska
The DOM and native browser API's have improved by leaps and bounds since jQuery's release all the way back in 2006. People have been writing "You Might Not Need jQuery" articles since 2013 (see this classic site and this classic repo). I don't want to rehash old territory, but a good bit has changed in browser land since the last You Might Not Need jQuery article you might have stumbled upon. Browsers continue to implement new APIs that take the pain away from library-free development, many of them directly copied from jQuery
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july 2017 by backspaces
Click-bait title, but some interesting code snippets.
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july 2017 by nathansmith
(Now More Than Ever) You Might Not Need jQuery
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The DOM and native browser API's have improved by leaps and bounds since jQuery's release all the way back in 2006. People have been writing "You Might Not
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july 2017 by oclupaca
Browsers continue to implement new APIs that take the pain away from library-free development, many of them directly copied from jQuery.

Let's go through some new vanilla alternatives to jQuery methods.
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july 2017 by Atelierbram
Examples of jQuery operations that can now be replaced by vanilla Javascript.
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july 2017 by angusm
As usual, IE/Edge leads the pack of why we can’t have nice things. From
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july 2017 by karlstolley
Some new vanilla alternatives to jQuery methods.
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july 2017 by jackysee
I'll admit it, I still reach for jQuery for client projects because I'm comfortable with it, but for my own personal projects, I'm trying to get as far without it as I can (or just avoid trying to do things that make it more attractive to use). Here are a few more reasons you might want to consider the same.
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