Rich Harris talks about the differences between a SPA and MPA, what role the server rendering plays, what client side hydration is, and the state of modern tooling for developing SPA or MPA. He also shares his thoughts on the evolution of SPA / MPA.
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SPA is one of the most exciting technology strategies today, but it may be one of the worst terms in modern web development. Just the word “Page” can have many meanings. SPA Misconceptions Chances are you have heard the term SPA tossed around at the office. SPA’s are on the rise but there are a lot
It is no secret that I am a huge fan of Breeze [http://breezejs.com]as I use it as a core component in my web applications and I use them extensively in my SPA courses. And now the first in depth training on Breeze has hit Pluralsight [http://pluralsight.com]. My friend Brian Noyes recently publishe
Recently I upgraded a few projects from Durandal v1.x to Durandal 2.0 [http://durandaljs.com/]. I did these before there were any notes on the Durandal site for upgrading so I took a bunch of notes. I was lucky enough that the first conversion was aided with the direct help of Rob Eisenberg [https:/
Have you been itching to see a SPA using Durandal [http://www.durandaljs.com] and Breeze [http://www.breezejs.com] without entity Framework on the back end? The inventors of Breeze have answered that call by taking the Code Camper SPA using Durandal and Breeze from my Pluralsight course [http://jpa