I’ve talked with Sam Minnee (CTO at Silverstripe) a bunch of times about running jquery on the server side. It was only a hunch, I never knew exactly what the benefits would be - but with the availability of pushState on Firefox, Safari and Chrome - it suddenly makes a lot of sense.
Can all be generated client side by your jquery and coffeescript code. This is an awesome way to write an app, you get a good responsive app and it’s easy to persist state between pages (eg your google map won’t spring back to the default location everytime you click ‘back’).
But if you can run your entire app on the server side - then if someone goes to
It’s a whole new way to do accessibility.