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Mar 28th, 2018
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Wes and Scott dive into jQuery. Is it dead? Should you still use it? Why not? What are some alternatives?
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- A stroll down jQuery Memory Lane
- What was the first jQuery plugin you wrote?
- jQuery Conference
- jQuery IRC room
- Ben Alman
- So, why is jQuery going away?
- Data / Utility Functions
- Just use Map/Reduce/Filter
- Data Massaging 💆🏻
- Cross Browser Compatability
- Event Listeners
- Event Delegation
- Listening for events on multiple elements