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Jan 2017
Lily Romano
@Lilyheart
Jan 04 2017 00:02
exactly. But it seems like to me that many programmers (of pretty much any flavor) like to find points of contention for fun or for ego or for whatever /shrug.
My personal opinion is it's worth at least having some knowledge of it as you never know what kind of code you many need to support in the future. But I personally wouldn't use it on any new project unless necessary but that goes for any framework. Thorough evaluation of any framework.
Michael Perry
@keepsabbathholy_twitter
Jan 04 2017 00:07
Very true points
Alright everyone, I'm out for now. See you all next time!
Lily Romano
@Lilyheart
Jan 04 2017 00:08
See ya @keepsabbathholy_twitter ! We are always here in chat so feel free to stop in whenever!
Michael Perry
@keepsabbathholy_twitter
Jan 04 2017 00:09
Oh cool! Well, I definitely will sometime. Bye!
David Castner
@davidjcastner
Jan 04 2017 14:15
@keepsabbathholy_twitter I agree with @Lilyheart, jQuery is becoming out of date as vanilla javascript has become more advanced. JQuery makes writing code a little faster because of the syntax, but it encourages bad practices and is much slower than vanilla javascript. This is now my opinion: I recommend learning how to accomplish tasks using vanilla javascript as it gives you a much better understanding of how the the code interacts with web page. It might be take longer to learn, but will allow you to have more control over your web page in the end.