Remember when document.querySelector first got wide browser support and started to end jQuery’s ubiquity? It finally gave us a way to do natively what jQuery had been providing for years: easy selection of DOM elements. I believe the same is about to happen to frontend frameworks like Angular and React.

These frameworks have enabled us to do what we always wanted but never were able to: creating reusable autonomous frontend components, but at the cost of added complexity, proprietary syntax and increased payloads.

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