</> htmx - high power tools for HTML
I agree, and I'm trying to do something about it with two no-build libraries:
https://htmx.org - an 11k library that pushes HTML forward as a hypermedia, making things like AJAX, SSE and CSS transitions available directly in hypermedia
Both can be included on a site without any build infrastructure, and both are attempts at bringing the joy of hypermedia and the joy of scripting, respectively, back to the web.
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