And he's got a list of things he wants to be able to do without JS. discuss?
"1. Why can't we have a standard search element that filters a list on the client side (similar to how ng-repeat | filter: worked on Angular)?
2. Wouldn't a standard HTML element for drag-and-drop sorting be awesome?
3. More advanced validation functionality, like comparing equality of two different form fields.
4. The ability to do the modal/checkbox trick above without it feeling like a hack and writing weird CSS."
@alcinnz Basically what you need for 4 is the ability for an element to toggle the hidden attribute on another element. Maybe a 'shows' and/or 'hides' attribute?
@alexbuzzbee I like it!
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