Blog posts from 02 July 2013

  • Progressive Enhancement: Still Not Dead.

    There's been a lot of focus on Javascript the last couple of years. Sometimes, the best way of building a web property is described as just slapping a JS-driven app on top of a REST-API, and I have some issues with that. More specifically, I think the benefits of progressive enhancement are still misunderstood, and progressive enhancement is Still Not Dead. Layering support for user-agents, performance and being robust against broken or blocked JS code are very good reasons.

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