I'll try to answer those questions. First of all, what would NoHTML mean? It's clearly a play on NoSQL, which is a term for a class of databases that store things differently than the classic relational models. NoSQL is typically associated with Big Data and "web scale" and things like that. If NoSQL is the data storage for the Internet of a trillion people, then NoHTML should be the data visualization.
How am I doing on answering those questions?
- Does NoHTML mean no HTML? Not necessarily. You can completely avoid creating HTML yourself and yet still have a template engine produce it for you before giving the content to the browser. HTML still exists.
- Does no HTML mean no content? Certainly not. As exhibited by the noHtml project and my own comic editor, the DOM can be created without any markup language.
- Is NoHTML even a thing? It would appear that it is.
Welcome to the future.
|Amphibian.com comic for 2 March 2015|