Marcy Sutton shares some tips, tricks and pitfalls for the growing world of client-rendered accessibility.
Jeremy Keith spent most of a day making a single page app, and he’s pretty pleased with the results.
I still have some work to do, but am about half way there. Two resources that I found very useful:
I’m working on a Codepen that I plan on creating a pattern from for the WordPress Accessible Theme Pattern Library.
Andrew Ray writes a post about ReactJS filled with the things he wishes someone told him before he started using it.
Pages that are empty without JS: dead to history (archive-org), unreliable for search results (despite any search engine claims of JS support, check it yourself), and thus ignorable. No need to waste time reading or responding.Tantek Çelik
True. Progressive enhancement for the win.
We are crushing the web. Dedicated client-side rendering sucks. Polyfills are used for all the wrong reasons. Those hideous-looking hash routers are bad and we should feel bad. We have been telling each other for years that progressive enhancement is great, and yet we’re doing very little about it!