You really don’t need all that JavaScript, I promise

A presentation at GOTO Copenhagen in in Copenhagen, Denmark by Stuart Langridge

JavaScript is your behaviour layer; the way to add interactivity to your sites, to provide a slick and delightful user experience, to make everything fast and easy and clean. But at some point everything changed: the tail started to wag the dog instead and development became Javascript-first. We’ll talk about how you maybe shouldn’t rely on JS as much as you’re told to, and some practical strategies for how to build sites without reaching for a JS framework as first, last, and only tool for making the web happen.

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