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re: And I was the one that championed adding 'Should users be allowed to disable Javascript' in the 'State of DEV' survey. Even so, one of the projects...

I do think the feedback loops have also hurt this issue. If you remember a couple years finding a PHP host was easier than finding good websites. But then the industry said 'php bad'. And so we moved to SPAs as a result and the server moved to (php/laravel) and other langs like Go, Python, and more. But no where to host them. Hosting an SPA is easy. netlify.com/ is the most seamless dev->prod DXP I've ever seen. But it only works if your app is an SPA. Because then all the host has to do is set up DNS and a file server.

There's a huge gap in places than are able to host more hobby server apps that have hobby pricing.

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