So, you think the tail end of that pull quote was intended to be “we need to stop building responsive web pages active server active pages as possible”? If that was the intent, then there’s still a typo here — we’re missing a conjoiner & some punctuation. In other words, “we need to stop building responsive web pages using ASAP, as possible” would make sense (even if it’s very awkward phrasing), but it would imply that only one set of technologies (the Microsoft ASP stack) is at fault. This is a very strange interpretation, considering the rest of the article is complaining about reactive web design in general.

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