Perfect, I don't see problem. No cookies, no Ads.
I want my stuff to be clean, sober and efficient.
@nixCraft front-end Devs should receive a chonky pay cut for each additional second of loading time
@nixCraft I came to give encouragement on the economical use of front-end elements, I wasn't expecting to be attacked by a meme like this!
Probably doesn't have any accessibility issues either. Unironically better than many "modern" UIs
@nixCraft Nice but I would prefer something like this in terminal
sudo apt install weather
Now I need to Google if something like this already exists..
@nixCraft Close to perfect I‘d say — let‘s ask them to provide such a frontend for every application!!
Works great in textmode browsers. Disabled people have no problem using it with their screen readers. Bandwidth saving. Etc.
Why can‘t all devs deliver such great simplistic UI?
@nixCraft As a webmaster I frequently have to wear both hats. I always start with the functionality. My clients are forever asking, is this really what it's gonna look like? 😅
@nixCraft Seems good to me: it’s to the point, it’s obvious how to use it, and I bet it loads very quickly.
And hey, it probably works with assistive technologies out of the box because it builds an HTML form and doesn’t wrap it with a bunch of unnecessary custom controls rendered in DIV elements.
Perhaps the page could use some CSS, but it certainly doesn’t need React/Angular/ExtJS/whatever.