@hypolite SPAs have their use cases, such as a dynamic application that requires live, continually updating data.
However, I've seen them used for basic CRUD in an administration, and even static content websites. That's just unnecessary complexity, and completely goes about the KISS principle.
@hypolite Precisely. I've often found they add unnecessary complications when implemented in a project that does not really need one.
@hypolite Indeed. It's almost never a good idea to use a new and shiny bleeding edge technology on an important project.
@hypolite That's good. It's a job most developers cringe at, but safe refactoring is the best.
@hypolite Makes sense. What kind of obsolete tech have you used?
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