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re: Writing a .parents() function using Vanilla JS VIEW POST

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re: Don’t forget that web servers will compress files before transferring to client (usually gzipped), which practically means that the size of a text ...
 

Well yes that's always the case when server gzip is enabled, regardless the type of resource (JS, CSS) or whether you use jQuery or another library, but having a smaller bundle size is beneficial anyway. I was just a little bit surprised when looking at the bundle size of jQuery and realizing that it isn't really much smaller than more full-featured libs like React or Vue.

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