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Been using this progressive enhancement pattern @hdv described a lot lately; scales rather well and easy to maintain: http://hiddedevries.nl/en/blog/2015-04-03-progressive-enhancement-with-handlers-and-enhancers …
Stop adding ARIA cruft to your crappy markup. Just learn HTML. Keep it simple.
Na het succes van Tinder en Grindr nu ook eindelijk Minder!
Also, I never understood the idea of “Server → JSON → HTML template → DOM” somehow being easier/faster than “Server → HTML template → DOM”.
Glad I'm a boring front-end developer! I can just read https://medium.com/este-js-framework/whats-wrong-with-angular-js-97b0a787f903 … without worrying about my job. Yay for http://adamsilver.github.io/articles/the-boring-front-end-developer/ …
Did not expect to ever write this sentence, but so far liking Java.
HTML5 a Recommendation? Marketing bullshit, no? Where are my “two independent and interoperable implementations”?!
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