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Calls with Kent C. Dodds Season 4 — 47 episodes

46.React Components vs Progressive Enhancement
04:32
Keywords

react, components, progressive

Description

Hi, Kent, my name is Alex. On one hand, you advocate for implementing Progressive Enhancement technique for applications. On the other hand, even in Epic Stack, the use of custom React components is justified, even for a simple checkbox, which essentially makes the application non-functional without JavaScript. So, I'm struggling to decide whether it's worth trying to develop a Progressive Enhancement UX at this time or if it's still an unattainable ideal.

React Components vs Progressive Enhancement
46.React Components vs Progressive Enhancement
04:32
Keywords

react, components, progressive

Description

Hi, Kent, my name is Alex. On one hand, you advocate for implementing Progressive Enhancement technique for applications. On the other hand, even in Epic Stack, the use of custom React components is justified, even for a simple checkbox, which essentially makes the application non-functional without JavaScript. So, I'm struggling to decide whether it's worth trying to develop a Progressive Enhancement UX at this time or if it's still an unattainable ideal.

React Components vs Progressive Enhancement
46.React Components vs Progressive Enhancement
04:32
Keywords

react, components, progressive

Description

Hi, Kent, my name is Alex. On one hand, you advocate for implementing Progressive Enhancement technique for applications. On the other hand, even in Epic Stack, the use of custom React components is justified, even for a simple checkbox, which essentially makes the application non-functional without JavaScript. So, I'm struggling to decide whether it's worth trying to develop a Progressive Enhancement UX at this time or if it's still an unattainable ideal.

React Components vs Progressive Enhancement
46.React Components vs Progressive Enhancement
04:32
Keywords

react, components, progressive

Description

Hi, Kent, my name is Alex. On one hand, you advocate for implementing Progressive Enhancement technique for applications. On the other hand, even in Epic Stack, the use of custom React components is justified, even for a simple checkbox, which essentially makes the application non-functional without JavaScript. So, I'm struggling to decide whether it's worth trying to develop a Progressive Enhancement UX at this time or if it's still an unattainable ideal.

React Components vs Progressive Enhancement

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