Message from JavaScript discussions

November 2018

— And my college speedup fronted work with this

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Ye, i understand why it's fast, because it doesnt trigger browser to parse/render all that, but there is one more possibility🤤 super experimental

— It breaks separation of concerns principle.. but, that's okay, no alternatives so far

— Nop, i mean is fast because you can code css from js

— From programmer point of view it's easy and faster

— It doesn't

— Hmm.. im disagree🤤

— Because you can still separate the css.js from current js

— Does react breaks separation of concerns?

— Sure

— Because you can write html from js

— It's the same thing