Why I hate your Single Page App
Stefan Tilkov

The common ‘outside the Valley’ counter-example: Fortune 500 intranet-based workflow, integration and data visualization applications.

  1. There is no desire for SEO.
  2. The applications are designed to be like desktop programs that can be easily shared across a large organization.
  3. Integration with a large number of in-house systems that must be supported and run the gamut of what you might call ‘extreme legacy’.
  4. While things like Flex/Flash were used for this to some extent in the past, security concerns and dwindling browser support have more or less mandated JS at this point.

TLDR: There is a big world of app development beyond the linkable consumer web.

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