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Greg Guepy

Playing devil’s advocate here… or maybe not… but should we even really care about the .x% of users with JS disabled? Can you even really use the web well without it in 2015?

I think the beauty and usefulness of the isomorphic aspect of React lies not in serving non-JS users but in serving search engine bots. As far I’m concerned, that’s the reason to use it.

Aside from that, why spend so much extra dev time for a marketshare that is virtually non-existent? And if your content is behind a login… than full on JS with no guilt!