I found this article and after reading carefully I start thinking a lot about that, I will share with your the link right here.
Looks like an odd move from Google, if this comes true, how the JS world will survive?
I was thinking in how work with this new scenario, maybe use some progressive Enhancement, create phantoms layout before render anything, and realize that now we not only have to support old browsers but also slow networks.
What scares me about the idea of disable JS when the network become slow, is what new weird behaviours and bugs can we have to support? If now we should handle that a browser will shoot down your app, will we have that states (onJsDisabled?)? How the new net neutrality regulations will affects the speed in our sites?
Maybe I'm a little paranoid, but I wanna know what the community thinks about this? how this posible change can affect us? And how to deal with it?
A worried Dev.