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I go to these meet-ups, and listen to experts, and they say that modern browsers all support modern JavaScript. Modern browsers had a mandate to support certain features by a certain year, which was over 6 years ago I think. Modern Javascript does everything JQuery does and better. The argument is that there is no need to have a 4Mb payload to support JQuery, that adds to the initial first page download.

So using a popular library like popper, tether and animate that requires the huge JQuery payload can be replaced with a Modern JavaScript library that is much smaller like 14K, and JavaScript is builtin to the browser to support it.

JQuery was needed when it came out and made life easier, but it's no longer required. For me, making the transition from JQuery to JavaScript was really hard to do.
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