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State of JavaScript 2020

2020 has been a tough year for everyone, one that makes worrying about the latest JavaScript frameworks seem pretty futile in comparison.

Still, the world has to move on, and so does JavaScript. And once again, with your help we'll try to build a comprehensive picture of the ecosystem to find out a little bit more about where it's going.

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