Friday, September 17th, 2010
Here’s the issue: you cannot assume JS to be available on the client side as your visitors might be on a slow mobile connection or are paranoid enough to turn off JS or actually have it turned off for them by company policy or many other cases.
Check out the following demo:
The missing piece to the puzzle though is a fully fledged DOM renderer on the server side. DOMJS works but a C++ version would be much better in terms of performance and have all the features of DOM-2.
Posted by Chris Heilmann at 1:06 pm