Just another perfect example of the pot and kettle.
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But maybe, just maybe web developers need to stop piling the cow dung so high and go back to basics?
Websites were not meant to be complicated. Ever.
And then you will never be held captive by a vendor ever again.
“Genius is making complex ideas simple, not making simple ideas complex.”
— Albert Einstein
Oh boy, wait until you dabble in Azure and InTune! And for laughs, try Exchange! And for a good reason to prematurely destroy your liver, Powershell and now Power Automate.
And then there is Teams. goddamn *%$!@ Teams.
Oh wait! I almost for about Dynamics. Yeah... Dy-effing-namics.
I don't bash MS to be on the bandwagon. I have actual scars. And more than justified hate.
Webmasters used to do this and local ISPs still offer easy to used services. So do small hosting companies.
One time set-up, webmaster called if needed.
In fact, until ISPs deliberately started blocking it, you could set up a simple and secure web server in your house. With simple and secure e-commerce.
"Automation that requires an army of experts is not progress."
Exactly. It's not even really automation, is it? But words mean nothing these days. It's all Humpty Dumpty:
"When I use a word," Humpty Dumpty said, in rather a scornful tone, "it means just what I choose it to mean—neither more nor less."