[Baypiggies] off topic: JavaScript: DOM vs. innerHTML, Server-driven vs. Client-driven

Aahz aahz at pythoncraft.com
Wed Aug 26 01:14:50 CEST 2009

On Thu, Aug 20, 2009, Alex Martelli wrote:
> Well if all of your processing was in Javascript on the user's
> browser, scalability would be automatic, wouldn't it? A million hits
> give you a million PCs in which (through the browser) your web app is
> running; two million hits, you get 2 million PCs; and so forth. Poof
> -- scalability's a given now.
> You can't get 100%, but clearly the closer you get the better off you
> are. So, anything that CAN sensibly be done in JS in users' browsers,
> SHOULD be done there! The less you have to keep running on your
> server, the better.

Thank you for locking me out of your application.

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