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Discussions about the role of jQuery bubble up these days. Paradigms change, not at least triggered by concepts (re-)introduced with React, Flux and redux. Should we try to avoid jQuery and direct DOM manipulation if possible? I'm not sure, but I want to share some thoughts I had reading a thread titled "Stop say You Don't Need jQuery" in the JS group of linked.in.
Hurray, I will attend at the JS Unconf this coming weekend in Hamburg. Anyone coming over here from outside to meet and have some good conversation?
More accurately: The DOM hates me. I'm currently hacking a lot of React (with fun) and thought that strictly bypassing the default handlers for user input element onChange events in favor for a fully controlled value flow through React components' state and props might be a good idea. Actually, it is not.
Are you using Parallels Plesk with postfix, configured a domain for which E-Mail is handled on a foreign MX host and wonder why E-Mails created on the Plesk system (e.g. through PHP form mailer scripts) vanish and won't be transported to their destination? Yes? Then read on.