re: A JavaScript-Free Frontend VIEW POST

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  1. Please remember accessibility when implementing hacky things. For instance that checkbox thing is great and somewhat lean but it might cause trouble with certain assistive technologies. Check the :target selector for more ideas regarding the use case. ;)

  2. You can have a PWA without an SPA, just requires some JS boilerplate to initialize it. Handy for "home screen installable" non-SPA applications, that might require PWA features occasionally.

Nice article, I have been trying to keep my JS to a minimum as well to let users have a more reliable experience with less development overhead.

HTML and CSS are super powerful, and can be supercharged with JS where needed.

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