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First, without a data context you must define helpers for your data, which is a bit more verbose.

Second, this limits the reusability of templates. Data context is how you create reusable "components" in Blaze (whether you like it or not). Using the same template with a different data context allows you to use that template in different places in your app, being passed data and not hard-coding itself to things like the route.

First, without a data context you must define helpers for your data, which is a bit more verbose.

Second, this limits the reusability of templates. Data context is how you create reusable "components" in Blaze (whether you like it or not). Using the same template with a different data context allows you to use that template in different places in your app, being passed data and not hard-coding itself to things like the route.

First, without a data context you must define helpers for your data, which is a bit more verbose.

Second, this limits the reusability of templates. Data context is how you create reusable "components" in Blaze (whether you like it or not). Using the same template with a different data context allows you to use that template in different places in your app, being passed data and not hard-coding itself to things like the route.

First, without a data context you must define helpers for your data, which is a bit more verbose.

Second, this limits the reusability of templates. Data context is how you create reusable "components" in Blaze (whether you like it or not). Using the same template with a different data context allows you to use that template in different places in your app, being passed data and not hard-coding itself to things like the route.

First, without a data context you must define helpers for your data, which is a bit more verbose.

Second, this limits the reusability of templates. Data context is how you create reusable "components" in Blaze (whether you like it or not). Using the same template with a different data context allows you to use that template in different places in your app, being passed data and not hard-coding itself to things like the route.

First, without a data context you must define helpers for your data, which is a bit more verbose.

Second, this limits the reusability of templates. Data context is how you create reusable "components" in Blaze (whether you like it or not). Using the same template with a different data context allows you to use that template in different places in your app, being passed data and not hard-coding itself to things like the route.

First, without a data context you must define helpers for your data, which is a bit more verbose.

Second, this limits the reusability of templates. Data context is how you create reusable "components" in Blaze (whether you like it or not). Using the same template with a different data context allows you to use that template in different places in your app, being passed data and not hard-coding itself to things like the route.

First, without a data context you must define helpers for your data, which is a bit more verbose.

Second, this limits the reusability of templates. Data context is how you create reusable "components" in Blaze (whether you like it or not). Using the same template with a different data context allows you to use that template in different places in your app, being passed data and not hard-coding itself to things like the route.

First, without a data context you must define helpers for your data, which is a bit more verbose.

Second, this limits the reusability of templates. Data context is how you create reusable "components" in Blaze (whether you like it or not). Using the same template with a different data context allows you to use that template in different places in your app, being passed data and not hard-coding itself to things like the route.

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