• Resolved Rookie

    (@alriksson)


    Fluent forms is using jQuery and dependent on the Jquery lib. It’s time to mvoe to vanilla js for faster performance.

    A good selling point for you as well to be 100% vanilla js.

    “While jQuery took 2.4s, pure JavaScript only took 0.8s. That shows vanilla JavaScript is 4x faster than jQuery.”
    https://wpspeedmatters.com/jquery-performance/

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  • Plugin Author Shahjahan Jewel

    (@techjewel)

    Hello @alriksson
    Thanks for your feedback. We may move to Vanilla JS in coming months. As most of the sites still use jQuery so we have used that.

    Thread Starter Rookie

    (@alriksson)

    @techjewel Thanks for the quick reply. Yes but more developers of plugins and themes start to move away and if more can we can unload the jQuery lib even if WordPress natively loads it.

    Be the initiator and push the community towards vanilla js 🙂

    RicaNeaga

    (@ricaneaga)

    If for you speed really matters, then you will also give up using jquery on the frontend.

    Why? https://wpspeedmatters.com/jquery-performance/

    Someone recommended me this plugin, was dissapointed when I saw jquery was forced on the frontend by the form, uninstalled it imeddiately. The pro version was looking wow with all the integrations, however jquery is a mus-not-have factor for me 🙂

    However, hope in the (near?) future things will change… 🙂

    Plugin Contributor WPManageNinja

    (@wpmanageninja)

    Hello @ricaneaga
    Yes, It’s on our dev backlog. Hopefully, we will upgrade that in the future.

    Thanks

    Thread Starter Rookie

    (@alriksson)

    Would be great!

    Hey 🙂 sorry to nag you about it, but any plans to solve this on the short term? Do you have an ~ ETA for this? Thinking of buying the pro version for mu clients, but without this… not very eager 🙂 Thanks again 🙂

    Hi there, is there any update? Would be quite excited to see this comes true.

    Plugin Support mrkevinmiller

    (@mrkevinmiller)

    We have plans to remove jQuery dependencies but that may take more time as all our components are depends on jQuery at this moment.

    Thanks

    Thread Starter Rookie

    (@alriksson)

    @mrkevinmiller Okay, will it happen this year for example? As a paying pro customer, I would really like to see the remove of jQuery.

    worldsdream

    (@worldsdream)

    +1

    Any ETA?

    +1 Lifetime customer here. We’ve paid over 450USD for this plugin to support the dev team.

    Any ETA please?

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