Echo JS 0.11.0

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planttheidea 496 days ago. link 3 points
Why? Other than self righteous claims that it is better, there is no actual comparison. Add to that the return to object-oriented, internal-state-driven data management, the implicit magic, plus the indignation of the author, and we have at best a new Backbone. Which the community has moved on from.

You're right, I'm not getting the point, because you're not making one. You may have made a cool thing, but everyone will dismiss it if you immediately make claims of it's impending dominance.
planttheidea 516 days ago. link 3 points
The JavaScript community is lucky to have him, the man is a hero.
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planttheidea 600 days ago. link 3 points
I'm not sure if joking, or just doesn't understand what the word "framework" means.
planttheidea 641 days ago. link 3 points
The reason JavaScript wasnt as necessary for sites back then is because it wasn't supported properly by all browsers, and had some gaping security flaws, so disabling it or not even having it was very common. At the time, prudence dictated the need to build for it. Neither of these are true any longer, so building for that .1% use case is not logical from a time or money perspective.

This article is basically "Pepperidge Farms remembers".
planttheidea 733 days ago. link 1 point
You are very right sir, my apologies. Is there a way to take this down? Happy to correct my mistake but I cannot find a way to do it.
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