If your web app design means the back button doesn’t work your app is, from the user’s perspective, broken.
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I don’t have any advice here. Computers are shitty clocks and we don’t have any plans to fix this.
The last 10 years of web development have just been a long, slow walk back to the fantastic developer ergonomics and resilience of a PHP web app.
Dropbox in 2007 could not have been simpler: it was just a folder. You put files in it, they showed up everywhere else. 2019 Dropbox is a confusing mess of feature bloat waiting to be disrupted by a product that does 90% less stuff. twitter.com/chrissyteigen/status…
Also: this means client side apps are now all server side apps and the thing you use to connect to Mighty is a Browser Browser.
Soon we will add tabs to the Browser Browser. Then we will add Browser Browser Side Scripting. Then Browser Browser frameworks for those scripts. Then
If anyone ever gets access to my Google search history they’ll discover that I actually don’t know how to program at all.
Death to special snowflake architectures. 99% of problems have been solved before. Do it the way other devs will understand quickly.