The Top 10 Things Wrong with JavaScript
Richard Kenneth Eng

The number one great thing about HTML5 and CSS3 is that you can avoid a lot of JavaScript. Use Go for the backend along with its template system to include dynamic content on the frontend, and you can create a solid, maintainable website using only the JS baked into your chosen “mobile first” adaptive page CSS (e.g. bootstrap).

After completing an online course to learn JavaScript and noticing much of the nastiness mentioned in Richard’s article, my choice is to avoid JS as much as possible.

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