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Discussion on: Why your website should work without JavaScript.

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Kirill Shestakov

Seriously, amazing article.

I personally try to make websites work without JS for 2 reasons:

  1. Because, if you can, why not? Firstly, it's a fun challenge. Secondly, it's not necessarily challenging - but definitely requires you to engage at least a few grey cells.

  2. When you build something in an environment-independent or server-side-rendered way, it usually leads to a lot of benefits, such as testability and better architecture, and, hence, better overall development and maintenance experience.