FOUC, and the Death of Progressive Enhancement

Web developers have long heralded Progressive Enhancement for delivering web experiences in "layers" (HTML, images, CSS, and then JS). It sounds so obvious and elegant, right? But FOUC (Flash of 

Unstyled Content), exposes the lies we've been telling ourselves and users! It's time to peel back the layers and re-envision how the web is assembled.

Kyle Simpson
Evangelist of the Open Web
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Kyle Simpson is an evangelist of the Open Web, passionate about all things JavaScript. He writes, speaks, teaches, and contributes to OSS.

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