[melbourne-pug] Web App Architecture
javier at candeira.com
Mon Mar 19 00:55:48 CET 2012
On Mon, Mar 19, 2012 at 12:38 AM, Ben Dyer <ben.dyer at taguchimail.com> wrote:
>> I was surprised when Ben said his apps were more bookmarkable, not
>> less, after going to a js framework. Ben: could you explain how that
> whatever section of the app corresponds to that URL, so you can tie whatever view state information you like into page navigation. For us, this meant that in-app search/filtering, which we had always done purely client-side, was able to have unique URLs attached so that history navigation made sense in terms of being able to "cancel" or modify your filter settings by going back to a previous page, as well as being able to bookmark a particular combination of searches/filters for easy access.
Cool, thanks! A friend of mine was fighting with a search-based
interface a couple of years ago. This would have helped him in terms
of UI responsiveness. Good trick to have in mind, and I would add it
as a fourth reason for going this route.
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