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Isomorphic Go by Kamesh Balasubramanian

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Summary

In this chapter, we demonstrated the process of building an accessible, isomorphic web form. First, we demonstrated the flow of the isomorphic web form in both the scenario where JavaScript was disabled and in the scenario where JavaScript was enabled.

We showed you how to create an isomorphic web form, which had the ability to share both form code as well as validation logic across environments. In the scenario where the form contained errors, we showed you how to display the errors to the user in a meaningful manner. The isomorphic web form created was quite robust and being able to function, both, in the scenario where JavaScript was either disabled in the web browser, or a JavaScript runtime didn't exist (such as the Lynx web ...

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