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By dotCore
Published: Feb 17 2013 / 15:04

I have seen a number of people boast that they have a 1 page web application design. Congratulations. Now ask yourself why you did that and what the impact that design has. There are reasons that we modularize applications. One reason is to give the user logical separation of functionality. The fact that the application transition from one screen to another give the user a visual queue that something significant has changed and they should take notice.
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dxxvi replied ago:

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A thumb down from me because that post just said something without any proof and today not all single page applications use ASP 2.0 techniques. I think the author is not lucky enough to see a decent single page application.

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John Munsch replied ago:

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I think the author isn't really understanding what a modern single page app is like on any level. Somebody needs to explain JavaScript, Backbone.js, Ember.js, Handlebars.js, etc. to him so he doesn't do another embarrassing editorial like this.

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Vic_Cekvenich replied ago:

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I agree with the comments here, thumbs down.

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