Echo JS 0.11.0


tracker1 790 days ago. link 4 points
Is your site mostly static content with a few one-off bits here and there, it may be more useful than setting up a full-on bundle/build process.

Is your site a green field project where you're going to use modern frameworks or libraries where a bundler is easier to integrate?  In that case, using jQuery is probably a waste over piecemeal options and micro libraries.
xat 790 days ago. link 3 points
It depends on what you are doing:

If you are coding some app type of thing, you probably won't need it anymore.

If you are building a typical wordpress website, with sliders, lightboxes and a bit of form validation then it's still handy to throw jQuery plus some plugins at the problem.
sbruchmann 790 days ago. link 2 points
It might not be relevant for your work but for those who still have to support old(er) clients like IE7/8/9 and/or old versions of Firefox, Safari and so on.