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Muhammad Talha Akbar

You're right about getting more magic dust to be able to make it possible. How much more? I guess enough that you will need magic to get enough magic dust. :)

I understand the "imagining" part. I guess I just imagined realistic implications to the end of JavaScript. Hope you can look past that.

I believe we might be tackling bigger issues on the web with advanced technological advancements. Like shift from smartphones to brain chips. But, unless and until that happens, I see JavaScript staying and giving us the good, the bad and the ugly. :) Again, personal opinion.

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I mainly wanted to clarify the intention of this post! I actually really appreciated your comment because it's different from what others have been commenting. I'm definitely learning a lot from the comments, but yours reminds us to hold our horses, because we do need JavaScript in the current state of the web.

I see JavaScript staying and giving us the good, the bad and the ugly. :)

This, by the way, is very beautiful. 💖

Let's love JS while it's staying with us.