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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.

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go1dfish 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.

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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.