The main assumption we need to reexamine is that the web browser is the de facto standard user-facing client of the web. It’s simply not the case anymore. The browser is now a platform through which applications are downloaded, compiled and consumed. When we think about development through this context we begin to see that our “single page applications” have become the true client layer, the term “page” is an anachronism, and these clients are now first-class citizens of the web.
React, IoT, Bots, APIs — Why Web Development Needs a Change
Keith Horwood

I would agree with this more, if there weren’t so many broken and Chrome-only single page applications. Usability should still trump development ease.

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