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Re: [whatwg] HTML6 proposal for single-page apps without Javascript

From: Jonathan Garbee <jonathan@garbee.me>
Date: Mon, 23 Mar 2015 09:35:43 -0400
Message-ID: <CANCFA+Fou+uc8JtNcAYW_gTUtbZ93pwLi35cJ6uEkfOxMZSCZA@mail.gmail.com>
To: whatwg@whatwg.org, public-html@w3.org
Let's just leave the sharing out of this. There is no data as to *why* it
is being shared. All that is is a red-herring to the technical discussion.

Web Components are what you are looking for. Problem is, JS required.
However that isn't a deal-breaker in most projects. You make a custom
element that contains within it the standard paragraphs, headers, asides,
etc. and you can feed data into that. No problem. It is *exactly* what you
are describing except it takes an extra step of making a custom component.

> 75 million Wordpress sites and 200 million Tumblr blogs out there that
treat web pages as basic documents.

There is nothing restricting these sites from implementing web components
under the hood.

> And besides, there’s still the problem of having to download huge power
inefficient Javascript libraries.

No problem with web components, they are *built into the browser.*

> ... break semantics with custom elements ...

Semantics are only broken if you implement custom elements in a bad way.
Making your own custom element just to put data into an <h1> is doing it

On Mon, Mar 23, 2015 at 8:57 AM, Bobby Mozumder <mozumder@futureclaw.com>

> On Mar 23, 2015, at 7:04 AM, Jonathan Garbee <jonathan@garbee.me> wrote:
> The buzz mostly comes from throwing of "HTML6" into the title. HTML5 is a
> buzzword and this creates new buzz for the "next version" to act as
> click-bait for ad views. It also went viral from the mention since people
> were mocking the idea of HTML6 (and the single-page app system proposed.)
> As far as I know, HTML6 won't ever be an actual thing for any foreseeable
> time to come. HTML5 is now the "Living Standard" of HTML and will continue
> on indefinitely until it dies.
> Also, you’ll find that people share things that they like.  Editors might,
> but readers have no vested interest in click-bait.
> -bobby
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