@vladotesanovic Are there other downsides beside the dependency of jQuery, when you reuse the SUI behaviors and make the AngularJS integration just as a wrapper? If not I would say go with the better maintainability! ...
@witrin I agree. Advantage of going without jQuery is that library will be more Angular 2 friendly. Lot of angular 2 developers ( and developers in general ) are going without jQuery nowadays. Using DOM events + css transition for everything.
Hey - yes actually reading through everything going with the jQuery as the primary one does seem like the best idea at the moment. I have made some good progress on rewriting the components in pure JS using Angular bindings, planning to release 3 new components tonight.
However I can foresee lots of Angular developers preferring the jQuery-less component library, even if we made a custom build - since not integrating them removes the capability to use things like ngmodel and various other Angular only features