Saturday, November 24, 2007

Graceful Degradation is Good

Hmmm, what do you do when you impulsively blog something and then change your mind?

My last post, titled "Progressive Enhancement++", looked at how one of the principles of progressive enhancement calls for unobtrusive JavaScript, which calls for graceful degradation. I said I was not fond of this latter principle. That's silly of course! Silly, silly, silly. At least for now.

5 comments:

Stuart Langridge said...

Aha. I applaud your change of heart :)

Olly Hodgson said...

The way I see it, progressive enhancement pretty much implies graceful degradation anyway :)

David Bolter said...

Note to self: Ajaxian blog on unobstrusive js

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