I wonder: who's heard of Zepto.js.

It's a method chaining JavaScript API extremely similar to jQuery. Except it's much smaller and simpler, essentially adding nothing else but a nicer API design

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@alcinnz I used iit, and it's faster and useful. But like all things Javascript you have to make sure that it doesn't introduce yet another hole when it tinkers with objects in a way that creates further vulnerabilities.
Compatibility and safety can't be guaranteed, it may be good for smallish projects. Arguably jQuery is better tested and a safer choice for security-sensitive projects.
Say, I would totally use Zepto for a static html website, but possibly not for a medical records application.

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