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Yesterday, there was a good discussion around my article about when using libraries stops being vanilla JS.
I was a bit fuzzy about where to draw the line. Here’s a more firm stake in the ground:
My buddy (and accessibility expert) Scott O’Hara has an even simpler definition:
This is no longer vanilla JS when I have to learn new syntax to use it.
What do you think?