re: Are you really using JavaScript? VIEW POST

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This is an interesting conversation to have, never looked at it that way before really.

Maybe we have so much abstraction away from what ends up reaching the user because of how easy it is to feel "unsafe" writing javascript?

The biggest thing I'm thinking of whenever I'm using these tools is that at least there are fallbacks to deal with older browsers and other contingencies that I would otherwise have to worry about doing correctly.

 

Abstraction is definitely part of it, making JS more ergonomic for developers.

I’m also very invested in tooling for dealing with things like polyfills for older browsers and CSS vendor specific prefixes.

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