re: Vue's Darkest Day VIEW POST

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You don't need to rewrite any code if you don't want to - the new syntax is additive, and the old syntax will remain valid throughout Vue 3.0 and as long as it is still widely used. Even if it eventually gets removed from the Core code..

I think it's disingenuous to claim this. This isn't our first rodeo. We all know the old syntax will become deprecated over time and won't be maintained with the same vigor as the new, shiny way. In time you will be (essentially) forced to rewrite to the new way. And it's not a question of if it will be removed, but only when. It always is.

Resources are always limited and most resources will be devoted to the new and the old will languish. It can't be any other way.

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