Garito wrote at 2008-10-11 16:37 +0200:
>In my country, Spain, there are a very high difference between the price it
>cost a tomato when you buy it to the farmer that if you buy it on the store.
>Why? Because of the intermediaries

Sure. But sometimes intermediaries are helpful.

I, e.g., would be unable to buy spanish tomatoes (or strawberries)
in Germany without intermediaries.

>In my opinion KSS is an intermediary who raises the work that the computer
>needs to do to retrieve a response and more if we put the non intrusive
>javascript techniques on the table
>
>Sorry but I love minimalism and KSS is anything but minimalism

Sure, intermediaries have a price -- but often, they also add value.

KSS, e.g., allows you to update individual portlets or menues
without reloading the complete page. This may reduce the work
computers must do. This can be done with other (JS-based) techniques
as well. However in addition, KSS handles the case with/without JS
in a transparent way.
As my colleagues intensively fight (and put much work into it)
with our requirment "must work with and without JS",
I find this quite attractive.



-- 
Dieter
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