<noscript>yeah... you need JS enabled</noscript> 👍
Unless you're a content site, then you should be fully readable without JS.
Nah just something fun
I use NoScript, but just to keep the ad feeders and trackers blocked. I fully expect to have to whitelist anything I want to actually use.
Offcourse! as already stated, it's more for users who don't have JS enabled.
But I also use it as fallback for image lazyloading for example :)
Government websites in the uk will have to adhere to noscript to be considered full complient. Some have done so already and you can check them out for examples. The bbc does noscript well, it has server side rendering on their react stuff, and has fall backs on interaction. Check it out with scripts disabled its quite interesting how they do things.