New blog post: The web0 manifesto
@aral FYI, I can't read your blog due to a lack of contrast. I tried but I just can't.
This is what I see, and I even put more light on my phone but it didn't help. :x
@aral I agree on the points. Do you think there's any positive angle on `web3` though?
I mean lot of people focus on negatives which makes sense but do you think there are some innovative and inclusive stuff that can come out of this?
@aral nice framework. I would add Typescript support to more typed and bug-free coding experience.
What if my project growns big (because of npm modules?). Is there they for lazy-loading them?
Often home site should be small (for displaying mainly static content) and app needs to be loaded afterwards (after user logs in).
Also - server side rendering? If my site is dynamic it will be not rendered properly by bots.
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