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DissidentRage wrote

Pure front-end Javascript is bad for accessibility and security. Cool exercise in ability, but the approach is fatally flawed.


go1dfish OP wrote

It's generating the same dom as reddit in the end, it should be easily adaptable to a js-free serverside rendered approach.

Another approach to mitigating these issues is a locally installed application.

I'll admit to not being an accessibility expert, but if frontend JS can be accessible at all, then notabug should be roughly as accessible as reddit.


DissidentRage wrote

Front-end JS is not accessible because it requires that the client both has it enabled and runs it properly. There are many reasons why this would not be the case.