We're continuing our conversation about jQuery by talking about how you would've done something with jQuery, and what you'd do now - like finding an element by it's ID, and how to determine the value of modern web frameworks.
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In part 1 of a 2 part series, John, Ward, and Craig talk through the history of jQuery, what it was used for, and why it's no longer used as the go to in web development the way it once was.
There's a term from Robert Jordan's famous book series, The Wheel of Time that references how certain people have the ability to influence the the world. It's dubbed Ta'veren. This is a story of not forgetting one such Ta'veren moment in the evolution of the Web.
Odds are you have been asked recently: “How does KnockoutJS [http://www.knockoutjs.com]compare to AngularJS [http://www.angularjs.org]?” There seems to be a lot of attempts to compare these two awesome libraries. We can certainly compare them, but will this really get you where you want to go? If y