I was building a website the other day. I want a leaflet map, some GeoJSON layers, just POIs really, nothing fancy, and a bootstrap layout so the website can be used from any size of screen.
Target audience is the internet, my immediate social neighbourhood and a few colleagues perhaps. Some of them use a phone from Apple, and the website must work on them too, because, considering the finesse of these phones, when a website does not work there it must be the website, right?
Once upon a time I read an article about the Lisp Curse. The Lisp Curse basically means, that the language is so powerful, that a main stream will never be reached on anything, forestalling widespread adoption of the language. And thats a shame really, because I think more people should use Lisp.
Which in turn made me think about the other things my little website needed, namely what to do about styling (we got CSS, Less, Sass, Scss, Stylus), and what module system to use (of which there are CommonJS, AMD, ES6, and overlays like System.js and UMD).