Have Single-Page Apps Ruined the Web? | Transitional Apps with Rich Harris, NYTimes

Talk by Rich Harris, as presented at the most recent JamstackConf:

Transitional apps samples elements from both traditional and modern architecture. The term is borrowed from interior design’s framing of “transitional design.” Transitional apps are, like multi-page apps, server-side rendered for fast initial loads, resilient since they work without JS by default, and provide a consistent experience with accessibility features built in. But like a single-page application, they also have a single codebase, fast navigation, persistent elements, and client-side state management.

If you’ve ever had a discussion or thought about MPA vs SPA, then be sure to give this video a watch.

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