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    Reminds me a bit of intercooler, which I’ve always admired.

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      looks cool, curious about the jquery dep though…

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        yes, I really liked the idea of intercooler when it came out, never used it though.

        I’m sure this can be easily implemented in stimulus though (with a stimulus-friendly syntax)

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        This strikes me as a bad design. I don’t really see why this is any different/better for maintainability than stuffing JS into onclick/etc attributes and using javascript: links.

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          But stuffing HTML and CSS in Javascript is OK? 😏

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            HTML and CSS don’t execute, they’re parsed.

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          found it recently when trying to rewrite some jquery and liking it a lot so far, thought it might be of interest to some of you. the documentation is a lot better than when it got released