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Anjolaoluwa Adebayo-Oyetoro
Aug 18, 2019 ⋅ 8 min read

Is JQuery dead?

Anjolaoluwa Adebayo-Oyetoro Maker. Writes sometimes. Playful most times. Loves beautiful UIs.

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4 Replies to "Is JQuery dead?"

  1. I think of it as a great way for beginners to get a feel for using JavaScript tools to actually do things in the Browser.

    A lot of the JavaScript I learned felt like it came to life when I learned jQuery. Of course the DOM API is essential, but jQuery gives you a feel for JavaScript’s extensibility via syntactic sugar for creating powerful dev-friendly functionality.

  2. I am in the industry for the last 15 years developing Mobile APPS, Web, Desktop Web, Heavy scenarios and Project involvement. Angular and react even don’t have and thought of such components we developed. I will Use JQuery for Angular 8 and Clean Jquery Modules always. Jquery is lovely.

  3. This was the best article I’ve read in a long time. I studied it from front to back and I am sure I will revisit it again in the future. Thank you for this!

  4. HTML5 Dom Api was created in wrong way as old Java enterprise style instead create native html5 api that very similar for Jquery functionality.

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