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Opinion: Your Favorite JS Libs/Frameworks

mollthecoder
mollthecoder

Just comment your favorite libraries please. It would be useful.

1 year ago

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mollthecoder
mollthecoder

@TheDNAHero
It's been nearly 2 months, this is an inactive post. Thanks for answering though.

1 year ago
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TheDNAHero
TheDNAHero

Was just checking your profile after seeing something that you commented on

@mollthecoder

1 year ago
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ch1ck3n
ch1ck3n

pure js gang 😎😎😎

1 year ago
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mollthecoder
mollthecoder

@ch1ck3n
Holy crap that was only one minute after posting.

1 year ago
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ch1ck3n
ch1ck3n

@mollthecoder
30 seconds, it takes a while to get notified

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mollthecoder
mollthecoder

@ch1ck3n
That is quite quick.

1 year ago
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mollthecoder
mollthecoder

@ch1ck3n
Sorry for needing to ask 2 hours later but are you talking about the built-in vanillajs library or the external pure.js libary?

1 year ago
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ch1ck3n
ch1ck3n

@mollthecoder
i use no libraries, fresh and plain javascript

1 year ago
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mollthecoder
mollthecoder

@ch1ck3n
ah, so vanilajs. Thanks for the clarification.

1 year ago
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ch1ck3n
ch1ck3n

@mollthecoder
wait what

i dont use vanila

1 year ago
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mollthecoder
mollthecoder

@ch1ck3n
I know the first page of google shows an external library but the real vanillajs is just the API included by the browser in document, for example:

document.getElementById("super-boring-id");
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SixBeeps
SixBeeps

@mollthecoder
Erm, not quite. JavaScript without a library extends past the document object.

1 year ago
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mollthecoder
mollthecoder

@SixBeeps
I know, but document is something I used as an example for the VanillaJS built-in.

1 year ago
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