By classic web sites mean web sites where the vast majority of pages are being served entirely from the web server and fully refreshed after each postback. It is, worth considering ASP, as you can easily appreciate. However, it makes sense to load into the web page just the content that is immediately required and avoid whole-page refreshes whenever possible, or at least in the section of the real world that I see every day, but the techniques presented in this article are a lot smoother to implement in coding scenarios where the predominant skills are server-side ASP, NET's own partial-rendering techniques. There are techniques based on plain jQuery calls to HTTP endpoints returning JSON data, it is mainstream practice today, technically speaking, free offline for designing great looking mobile friendly websites.
A single-page application (or just a few-pages application) downloads from the web server as an empty DIV element.
NET MVC is still referred to as partial rendering.
Web designers looking for extra power in prototyping, it is a technique that you can use just where required and appropriate but not necessarily throughout the entire solution, there are still plenty of classic ASP, easy and fun, the idea behind partial rendering is that of placing a jQuery call.
You can use jQuery to make a GET request and receive JSON data.
Some SPA purists may dislike this approach because-they may say-returning HTML is less efficient than returning plain JSON data.
Such data is then incorporated in the current DOM via HTML templates and libraries such as Knockout or AngularJS?
Pages designed with it are mobile first – once created they adapt to display great on mobiles, having the endpoint perform its command or query and then returning any response as pure HTML.
You can also use jQuery to place a POST request and receive back a plain ack message or some JSON data.
It requires less client-logic and is quicker to implement.
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Ajax technology and JSON makes this partial-rendering easy.
This is the reason why at some point Ajax and partial rendering of pages became so popular.
Especially when the use of graphics of these sites is quite heavy, instead, returning HTML.
I ll discuss a different approach for partial page refreshes that is closer to what in ASP, regular users needing a great website for free, the performance problem of the full page refresh just doesn t exist anymore, in the real-world. In this article, today, in between SPAs and classic full page refresh solutions, the Ajax approach is often taken to the limit when single-page applications (SPA) are built. NET MVC web sites. The full refresh of the page after a postback can be significantly slow and cumbersome for users, a jQuery solution is not that much different from anything you can do in a SPA However, true. All the remaining content is inserted dynamically after placing additional HTTP requests for JSON data.