Perhaps in the no JS case the message to consumers should be that JS is required for Apps in the marketplace to function.
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> I agree with JS as hard requirement.
> I'd vote for basic graceful degradation, so crawlers can at least
> process the semantic content and follow links. Though this might
> already come for free with your push state hooked into the actual
> application routing.
> Harald Kirschner | Mozillian Software Engineer |
> hkirs...@mozilla.com (mailto:hkirs...@mozilla.com)
> On Saturday, March 24, 2012 at 9:26 PM, Fabrice Desré wrote:
> > On 03/24/2012 09:15 PM, Justin Scott wrote:
> > > So for me the question is mainly about add-ons, since it's
> > > possible to
> > > use add-ons without JS. I don't know of any use cases we're
> > > looking to
> > > support that don't have JS support by default, though some users
> > > may
> > > have chosen to disable JS.
> > >
> > I also think that JS is always needed.
> > API,
> > which is quite... annoying ;)
> > Fabrice
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