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asked Should I return a 429 or 503 status code to a bot?
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accepted Is my project a web site or a mobile app?
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comment Is my project a web site or a mobile app?
I think you make the best point, that the line between web app and web site have been recently blurred. Thanks for your answer!
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comment Is my project a web site or a mobile app?
Your answer is the obvious answer. I'd really like to know what the real difference is, other than one MUST be partially downloaded. Thanks.
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comment Is my project a web site or a mobile app?
Thanks for you answer.
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answered Sudden drop of pageviews/visit and increase of bounce rate in Analytics
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comment Technical website - Should I assume that my visitors will use a modern browser?
@JohnConde has an opinion, just like everyone else here. He's exceedingly knowledgeable and helpful and provides a great service by being on StackExchange. I think his answer is TOTALLY appropriate for companies with a team of experienced web developers. It's TOTALLY inappropriate for a single person blogging and coding about geeky stuff.
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comment Technical website - Should I assume that my visitors will use a modern browser?
@WernerCD, the original post is about a single user writing a blog. Are you suggesting that he takes the same track StackOverflow takes and hires a team of people or that he learns the nuances of every browser? He should spend his time blogging and less time coding.
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comment Technical website - Should I assume that my visitors will use a modern browser?
All good ideas. There has to be a point though ~ which I know you agree with ~ that developing for a small AND diminishing percentage of the people is a waste of time.
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comment Technical website - Should I assume that my visitors will use a modern browser?
This sounds like a good idea to me, and is the way I would do it.
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comment Technical website - Should I assume that my visitors will use a modern browser?
You make good points, and it's fairly easy to make a site 95% compatible ~ if not awesome ~ for everyone. The point I am making above is that it takes a LOT of time developing for the least common denominator.
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comment Technical website - Should I assume that my visitors will use a modern browser?
Which standards do you adhere to? The latest JavaScript standard or the one that says that your site should work just fine without JavaScript? The point is, there's a standard for everything, and many standards oppose each other.