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4answers
511 views

Pure Front end JavaScript with Web API versus MVC views with ajax

This was more a discussion for what peoples thoughts are these days on how to split a web application. I am used to creating an MVC application with all its views and controllers. I would normally ...
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1answer
159 views

Javascript/ui framework to compliment WebAPI/TypeScript/ASP.NET MVC? [closed]

We're about to venture into building a brand new SAAS application that needs to have a great looking and sophisticated front end. The UI is meant to be single-page, built on top of Web API and using ...
1
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1answer
104 views

How does user confirmation box work?

How does the client know to send request to server only when the confirmation box result is ok and stay on page if cancelled? Also, is this mechanism any different in ASP.Net and ASP.Net MVC? I want ...
2
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5answers
248 views

secure photos on server [closed]

I would like to hear advice from the more experienced developers. The project is now in the design stage. It's mobile application and a simple web application. Content is pictures, comments, personal ...
2
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2answers
3k views

In ASP.NET MVC/Razor, how to add initializer JavaScript to a “control”?

Actually, I already have at least 3 different solutions for the problem, I just don't like any of them for various reasons. In ASP.NET MVC/Razor, there are no controls anymore, in the sense as they ...
0
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1answer
429 views

Is sending data to a server via a script tag an outdated paradigm?

I inherited some old javascript code for a website tracker that submits data to the server using a script url: var src = "http://domain.zzz/log/method?value1=x&value2=x" var e = ...
3
votes
5answers
2k views

Display large amount of data to client through pagination

I have a web application in which i need to show a big number of data or records for clients. Now i 'll use pagination but i was wondering should I: Load all the data once then pagination, sorting ...
21
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2answers
14k views

Mixing Angular and ASP.NET MVC/Web api?

I come from using ASP.NET MVC/Web API and now I am starting to use Angular but I am not clear on the proper way to mix them. Once I am using Angular does the MVC sever side concepts still provide any ...
4
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2answers
1k views

How to structure a modern web application

Background I recently developed, for two different projects, two web applications. The two followed quite different approaches. The first one was a classic inventory application (lists of stuff to ...
1
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1answer
423 views

Webservice Return Generic Result Type or Purposed Result Type

I'm building a webservice which returns JSON / XML / SOAP at the moment.. and I'm not entirely sure which approach for returning results is best. The Client Consuming the Services will generally be ...
1
vote
1answer
1k views

Using WebStorm for Razor Syntax MVC

I am building a lot of client-side heavy SPA-like apps with VS2010 and MVC3/4. VS2010 Javascript/HTML/CSS editing (mostly javascript) is interminably slow and sluggish. I'd love to use something ...
6
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1answer
2k views

Using Backbone.js with ASP.Net MVC

I'm currently looking into the advantages of using Backbone.js, but I'll be using ASP.Net MVC as the main bulk of the site. My question is, is it worth blending the 2 together or am I making a rod ...