I accidentally gave my <a> link a "jref" attribute, and now I want it to be something.

@yarmo Stands for javascript reference, all the cool kids are doing it. Point your jref attributes to a special file generated by a custom webpack plugin and all your hrefs will be automatically set at runtime on the client side. It doesn't actually have any advantages but lots of developers are very excited about it.

@yarmo can it please be “jraf” and be pronounced giraffe

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