Josh Broton: You Don’t Need jQuery

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May 8, 2014

As developers, one of the first things we do when starting a new project is enqueue jQuery and start writing code. That’s the way it’s always been, and works for you. But as devices get smaller, processors get slower, and web apps get more complicated, jQuery can cause some fairly serious performance issues. So let’s take a step back from jQuery and talk about ways VanillaJS is faster and simpler.

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WordCamp Minneapolis 2014 34

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Josh Broton 4

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jQuery 12

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