I was recommending Free Code Camp today on another forum and had a small pause before doing so as jQuery is a module in the curriculum.
I don’t hate jQuery - I credit it with bringing JS to where it is today (ES6 & browser homogeneity). It’s just that the only time I use jQuery in work is to support legacy apps, although PHP devs in work use it still to build interfaces for admin side apps.
So what do you all think? Replace the jQuery module with something else?
I suggest good old vanilla JS with an ES6 focus, using MDN as a reference.
I’m also happy to contribute in the development of this both in coding and curriculum material.