I'm not sure, though this extra level of accessibility issues is one reason why I find writing JS
manually is a lot less trouble than working with the "automated" features. Learning C# teaches you a lot of good habits for using a programming language which translate well to working with JS
, Java, PHP, or just about anything else. It doesn't do you any good for figuring out bits of framework.
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