Now when we look at new things added to HMTL, new features, new browser APIs, what we tend to ask, of course, is: how well does it work?.
(...) That’s an excellent question to ask (...). But I don’t think it’s the most important question. I think it’s just as important to ask: how well does it fail? Jeremy Keith, on Evaluating Technology
Some of the results might seem obvious, some not so much. I think it is a great exercise, to see these sites without JS enabled, because you get to see how great teams dealt with failing well. In some cases, a small design choice makes the page hold up, in others, a completely different site is served. I encourage you to try it out!
Let's see some examples:
So let's play a game! Dive into the web, and look for interesting sites and see how they approach a JS-less world. I'd love it if you would post your findings as well!
Disclaimer: this is just for fun. No need to indulge in why js matters discussions, it's not the point here.
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