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Mar
10
comment Why are string resources generally kept external to the code and not inside the code?
Still the only person who understood the question.
Mar
10
comment Why are string resources generally kept external to the code and not inside the code?
I'm talking about including the resources directly in the code and then handling everything inside the program, so it is more PCL/Cross-platform friendly.
Mar
10
comment Why are string resources generally kept external to the code and not inside the code?
Well, there is no difference between a file that is included in the project and a resource file. The problem is not there.
Mar
10
comment Why are string resources generally kept external to the code and not inside the code?
Nope, my concerns aren't about Internationalization, and rather about architecture and cross-platform, sorry.
Mar
10
comment Why are string resources generally kept external to the code and not inside the code?
This relink vs recompile is a good reason, thanks.
Jan
23
comment Client-side oriented website approach name (less server-side code, more client-side code)
Interesting term. If the server-side code is not there to provide the MVC algorithms since a JS client-side framework is already doing most of the job, then it's only there to provide some functions and resources, thus API-centric. I'll try this keyword in my searches too.
Jan
22
comment Client-side oriented website approach name (less server-side code, more client-side code)
Fat client actually led me to other interesting questions on SE about external resources and widgets, but yes, starting from client-side framework is way more prolific. Thanks.
Jan
22
comment Client-side oriented website approach name (less server-side code, more client-side code)
So I'm taking your comment as an answer.
Jan
22
comment Client-side oriented website approach name (less server-side code, more client-side code)
@Robert Yes, how it is called is what is interesting me. Knowing how a thing is called is often useful when the core of the problem is 'how can I search for this'.
Jan
22
comment Client-side oriented website approach name (less server-side code, more client-side code)
I'm currently using knockout. But yes, without a client-side JS framework, only using client code to display data wouldn't be imaginable.
Jan
22
comment Client-side oriented website approach name (less server-side code, more client-side code)
Thanks. I would make such websites SPAs for sure. I'm just wondering if there's a name for an approach like the one I'm describing. Because using less server-side code and maximizing external ressources usage is definitively an approach which has a lot of repercussions on a website design.