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Discussion on: The weirdly obscure art of Streamed HTML

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Alexander Chichigin

Great post! I like your style and approach. :D

I have to admit I wasn't too attentive, but this thing reminded me about hotwired.dev/ and all the libraries on that page. Maybe you'll find it useful for something.

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Taylor Hunt Author

Hotwire’s Turbo Streams sound similar, but they’re surprisingly different β€” they’re JS-powered ways to do in-page updates from a subresource. Streamed HTML is a no-JS technique that works for the very first round-trip.

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Alexander Chichigin

Indeed. They just look similar to that <await> tags. And the overall "use as much good 'ol HTML as possible" attitude. :)

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Taylor Hunt Author

Yeah, the attitude itself I am all in on.