Message from JavaScript discussions

July 2017

— Maybe I have a weird opinion or beliefs, but I think a lot of web dev with JS is too convoluted these days... everything gets pushed through several layers of convolution (a framework, a transpiled language, etc...) to the point the actual code being pushed to users isn't actually looked at post-transpile

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Idk, I just feel like KISS still applies and you can still do more with less, even moreso with the recent new additions to the ES specs

— So perhaps I am not fit for modern web development at all

— There is a reason for this convolution

— Scalibility

— Ehhh??? what

— Scalability doesn't make sense when it's clientside code though

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— Makes a lot of sense

— Https://hackernoon.com/how-it-feels-to-learn-javascript-in-2016-d3a717dd577f

— Your 5th pic is a syntax error

— Because try is a reserved word?