JReply is an open-source git-hub library, made by yours truly (Calin. Z. Baenen), based on JQuery, as it's name is a play on words. JReply's first official release was on Saturday, June 8th, 2019, v0.0.01 but, now it's quite outdated compared to the recent v1.0.0 given to it just recently, and even more outdated with it's next new update, coming soon...
Well, JReply is meant to make tasks easier, and reduce the errors thrown by returning a falsy value, instead of raising an error. I believe if we all check out this project, and use it atleast once, we can give great feedback on what can be removed, changed, or added, to make them want to use it more. It will continue the updating cycle for as long as it needs to.
No. I believe I've answered a question like this before, can't remember, but JReply is not meant to rip on JReply in any way, despite having a joke for a name based on said library. Infact, I originally made it to go hand-in-hand with JQuery, of course, my original syntax looked fugly, so I changed it, now it looks like a proper library, and I do hope it can be used alongside JQuery in websites.
You can find JReply on it's github repo, in this link. Be sure (if you're not followed to me) to check the repo every once and a while.
You can stay updated with JReply by following me, of course!