In his latest blog post, Coder frozen in 2009 awakens to find frontend development is not awful, Ruby developer Richard Schneeman discusses the current state of frontend. And it turns out, despite how complicate it looks sometimes given all the frontend tools there exist these days, it’s not that bad.

I’d like to focus on the jQuery side because it’s important to know that many things that used to be done in jQuery a few years ago have been possible to replicate using vanilla JavaScript for a couple years in all browsers.


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