Me! My main project is a 5ish year old Rails app and it's pretty heavily dependent on jQuery, both through our own code and third party widgets.
I wouldn't start a new project with jQuery, but there's no strong incentive at the moment for us to re-write a mammoth code base. I've dabbled with sort of "phasing in" Vue or React, but that never really took off with the rest of the team.
It'll do. For the next two weeks, anyway, and then I'm starting a new role elsewhere, so it won't be my problem any more. 😅
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