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Thanks for listening to me chat with David and Todd about vanilla JS, frameworks, and my developer journey. I’ve put together a ton of resources to help you dig deeper into vanilla JS.
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- Modern JS is gatekeeping
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- devMode.fm: Returning sanity to the web dev process
- The Shop Talk Show: The power of the native web
- Hanselminutes: Maybe just use vanilla JS
- What’s wrong with CSS-in-JS?
- Accessibility is a moral obligation
- The developer experience is bullshit
- Old doesn’t mean obsolete
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