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re: Who still regularly uses jQuery? VIEW POST

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re: I use it on a legacy client application. It still works and there isn't a huge benefit from trying to replace it. There are much bigger issues to a...
 

Precisely my situation. There are many, many other things I would want to improve in the application I am working on before I even think about touching something that although old, still works just fine

 

Im glad you are taking this practical approach. I think you should always prioritise improving the product functionality for the user over refactoring the code for the sake of it. Keep up the good work

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