While I see what you're saying, I still think a JS-less to-do-list webapp would be a horrible user experience.
I mean, you wouldn't be able to drag and drop tasks to change their relative priorities. What would a JSless replacement look like? changing a select box on a specific task, clicking 'save changes' and then waiting for the whole page to rerender?
what I'm trying to say is, would a user even want to use a JS-free webapp? It'd be so slow and it's interface so awkward...I just don't know
16 Replies - 8876 Views - Last Post: 21 March 2013 - 10:24 PM
Re: To JS or not to JS...
Posted 21 March 2013 - 10:24 PM