I was able to refactor a complex homegrown solution that contained thousands of jQuery lines of code and very complex html/razor logic into a super simple html skeleton. doc, much more concise jQuery logic. And was still able to deliver all the original advanced/dynamic html logic but with greater client facing efficiency and consistency. I also no longer have to worry about browser compatibility, it just works on all browsers.
This is now our primary library for components, and I am finding it very easy to transform older asp.net/mvc solutions, as well as creating new user forms and workflows.
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