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However, this pattern with j Query revealed that we have implicit model data on the client side.
With the server no longer being the only place that knows about our item count, it was a hint that there was a natural tension and pull of this evolution.
The rise of arbitrary code on the client-side which can talk to the server however it sees fit has meant an increase in client-side complexity.
Good architecture on the client has gone from an afterthought to essential - you can’t just hack together some j Query code and expect it to scale as your application grows.
Most likely, you would end up with a nightmarish tangle of UI callbacks entwined with business logic, destined to be discarded by the poor soul who inherits your code.
Thankfully, there are a growing number of Java Script libraries that can help improve the structure and maintainability of your code, making it easier to build ambitious interfaces without a great deal of effort.has quickly become one of the most popular open-source solutions to these issues and in this book we will take you through an in-depth walkthrough of it.Begin with the fundamentals, work your way through the exercises, and learn how to build an application that is both cleanly organized and maintainable.Not so long ago, “data-rich web application” was an oxymoron.Today, these applications are everywhere and you need to know how to build them.Traditionally, web applications left the heavy-lifting of data to servers that pushed HTML to the browser in complete page loads.