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As you may know, we've had a web UI for TFS for quite some time.  In our TFS 2012 release, we did a pretty major overhaul of our web UI to modernize it - both in look and feel and in architecture.  We moved to REST/Json, and a lot more in-browser Javascript and a lot fewer Ajax calls.  The result has been a faster, more responsive and enjoyable experience.  The result has also been a lot more Javascript.  All told, we now have about 80,000 lines of Javascript (actual code, not counting balnk lines, comments, etc

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