When working with existing sites or content management systems, you have little say on where and when jQuery is loaded. To complicate matters, some pages may have jQuery auto-loaded, and others may not (yay for performance boosts, nay for client-side plugins). Do you bite the bullet and write unmanageable scripts? Or do you believe in RequireJS and dodge the bullet matrix-style?… Continued here
About Basem Emara
Basem is a mobile and software IT professional with over 15 years of experience as an architect, developer, and consultant for dozens of projects that span over various industries for Fortune 500 enterprises, government agencies, and startups. He has been consistently relied upon to identify root cause and solutions of business problems by successfully implementing battle-tested techniques, strategy, and architecture that scale for teams and production.
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