Asko Nõmm reached a snapping point with front end:
I wish to have an individual life and not need to invest my nights checking out some brand-new flavour of *. js in worry that if I do not I would quickly be made unimportant. I do not wish to discover nor utilize a million various tools. I do not would like to know a bit about whatever and a lot about absolutely nothing.
Hence, I do not wish to do front-end advancement any longer. The happiness is gone.
They actually spun up this blog site to state that, however money-where-mouth-is:
I have actually given up my resignation at my existing location of work and will be looking for a solely back-end function for my next experience
I have some doubts that back end is 100% much better in concerns to innovation churn, however reasonable enough, I do not find out about it as much. Front-end discontentment is very high. I do not go a day without hearing somebody grumble broadly about the state of front end.
Remy Sharp resolved this in The web didn’t alter; you did:
If you didn’t collect off the bat from the title, the issue with establishing front end tasks isn’t that it’s more difficult or more complex, it’s that you made it more difficult and more complex.
Small pushback there: a great deal of individuals do not get any option in the innovations they are charged with.
Remy’s point is that actually any simpleness that you hold fond memories for online is still there and there is absolutely nothing stopping you from utilizing it. Besides, ya understand, if your customer or employer avoids that.
Mark (surname appears deliberately not-on-the-internet) states that simply HTML is a completely great structure tool:
Regardless of increasing leniency on structures being the just method to develop for the web, hand-written HTML never ever vanished and I feel is still a completely appropriate method to develop an individual site.
Keep In Mind Steren Giannini stated just recently they develop sites with HTML alone and no develop procedure. And Terence Eden applauded HTML for its unreasonable efficiency:
It’s great to believe that you can develop an essential site, prevent any sort of wild intricacy, and have it do its task with no damage, with HTML.
Personally, I do not harbor any ill will towards the front-end community at the minute. I understand that I can step backwards from intricacy if I need to, which I can lean into intricacy when it purchases me things (speed, functions, DX, etc) and understand what it costs me (and users) and why.