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    Default [Funny article] JavaScript in 2016

    And they say ExtJS has a steep learning curve
    How it feels to learn JavaScript in 2016

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    Quite humorous -- thanks for sharing this. Can't wait for WebAssembly.

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    @hakimio,

    And it's late 2016 at that. Just wait for the ball to drop, and all the shiny cool stuff will instantly turn into an ugly pumpkin!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hakimio View Post
    And they say ExtJS has a steep learning curve
    How it feels to learn JavaScript in 2016

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    Yep, the mighty jQuery has fallen ....

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    On a bit more serious note, I think Uncle Bob describes quite well what's happening in Javascript world (and some other dev communities) in his blog post called "The Churn".

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    I'm so glad I use Ext JS. I once used jQuery and my client code was a mess. I also used PHP on the server back then, too, and it wasn't pretty either.

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    I've been learning JS and overall coding with jQuery, PHP and mooTools recently and felt the same way. "No one codes in HTML directly."

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    Lucky us! ExtJS exists!
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