Loved that article! In an era where JS is all the rage, with bloated websites that favor fancy animations and styles instead of the content, seeing something like where the user experience was actually put in first place makes me really happy.
Admittedly, I'm not a JS fan, and a firm believer that, if your site won't show the actual important content with JS disabled, it's not worth of my time. You made something that's quick, usable and accessible to almost anyone.
I appreciate your work a lot, thanks for setting a nice example.
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