It's also a well-built and performant multimedia website done with #nextjs. Haven't found out more yet, because I immediately get stuck making music for hours on end before I manage to open the dev tools 😃
"I think it is the same for HTML vs JS. We opened the box, and moved stuff from data ("dumb" HTML) to code ("smart" JS), and once we saw how much control code gave us, we were never going to go back to just writing data again."
This is something I've been trying to get at with my posts on Multi-Page Apps vs Single-Page Apps. One is more maintainable, the other is more powerful. Developers often trade maintainability for power in the short term. Is this bad? Not always. It's a tradeoff.
Honestly, all of the things mentioned can be achieved with a few lines of code in a wrapper function* or service worker. No need to pull in 20 kB of external code unless you're using all of the features. #UseThePlatform!
*) Building a little #API client is almost always very useful anyway
Lately I've been testing out dprint. Written in #Rust, it's much faster. And it has some nice additional features like sorting imports, which is great for ocd people like me :-)
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