"How it feels to learn JavaScript in 2016" ;)



  • [ With dedication to all JS guys ;) ] [url=https://hackernoon.com/how-it-feels-to-learn-javascript-in-2016-d3a717dd577f#.bjspj1lpk]How it feels to learn JavaScript in 2016[/url]


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    Hahaha. B) Yes, HTML is so old-fashioned and if you wish nice working JS on your webpage you need 10 or more JS libs. Yes, and much JS makes yur browser very very fast slow and vastes bandwidth.
    Oh yes. The Beetles and JSy bug singers will howl in the developers ears:
    All we need JS, tadadadadahhhh…
    All we need JS, tadadadadahhhh...
    All we need JeeEssssS, that is all we neeeed!

    :lol:



  • Websites are so bloated with JS nowadays that mobile devices need all of these cores to just display and smoothly scroll simple content…
    (and that's one of reasons why Opera 12 started to choke so I was looking for replacement)


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    Oh yes, overcrowed with JS. Nowadays, pages have 2 MB code to display 20k of text.
    Resulting in loading slow, eating bandwidth (not all people have cheap and ultra-fast Internet access).

    For most people it is easier to use bootstrap, jQuery and jQuery plugins etc.

    And without JS? Often no readable content, Nada.



  • Developers are bloating the sites with so many js plugins just for the look. But many of them can be handled by plain old CSS/HTML. Guess it's easier to finish the task with readily available libraries...



  • I love this website :) is slow and after inspect... :)

    http://sealedabstract.com/rants/why-mobile-web-apps-are-slow/


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